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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Ian McCulloch, Louise Marleau, Marino Masé, Siegfried Rauch, Gisela Hahn
  • Réalisateurs : Luigi Cozzi
  • Scénaristes : Luigi Cozzi, Erich Tomek
  • Producteurs : Claudio Mancini, Karl Spiehs, Ugo Valenti
  • Format : Anamorphique, Dolby, DTS stéréo, Enregistrement original remasterisé, NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Région : Toutes les régions
  • Rapport de forme : 1.85:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Blue Underground
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 30 mars 2004
  • Durée : 95 minutes
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  • ASIN: B000096IAE
  • Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon: 367.499 en DVD & Blu-ray (Voir les 100 premiers en DVD & Blu-ray)
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Description du produit

A ship arrives in New York with nobody on board but when the police investigate they find a hoard of pulsating green eggs which explode on contact and the green acid from them seeps into the skin and explodes... --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "You can call me Stella." 25 septembre 2014
Par Einsatz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Luigi Cozzi clearly states that his intentions were to make a film like Alien. He further states that he is a fan of sci-fi flicks made in the 50s. Both influences are evident in this movie. Unfortunately, he also had to deal with a demanding producer with contrary ideas. Cozzi didn't get the title he wanted (Alien Arrives on Earth). He didn't get the actress he wanted for the lead role (Caroline Munro). He wanted to use stop-motion animation for the alien and was told no. The producer also wanted him to throw in some James Bond elements. This is definitely not the way to make a movie.

The plot is literally all over the place, from the gruesome discovery onboard a runaway vessel in New York, to a coffee plantation in Colombia. The main characters are Louise Marleau (as a tough colonel), Ian McCulloch (as an alcoholic ex-astronaut who tried to warn the authorities of the green egg menace), and Marino Mase (as a slightly sarcastic cop who gets dragged into this intrigue).

Is this the finest example of sci-fi ever created? Goodness, no, not even close. But it is an interesting curio that kept me fully engaged and entertained. Sadly, it really only has the one `gore factor' used throughout (contact with the egg-goo causing chests to explode, blood and guts go flying). I've watched it twice. It's definitely something I'll keep to watch again. But I don't think anyone should mistake this for a classic. At best it's merely kitsch made by a fan of the genre who quit directing movies decades ago.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 No More Egg Salad For Me 25 novembre 2014
Par Larry G. Boyle - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Wow! Director Luigi Cozzi did a darn good take off on "ALIEN" This film has a non-stop roller-coaster ride of gore. A ship is found floating in the New York Harbor ("ZOMBIE" anyone) and the entire crew has been slaughtered. The only cargo on board is a huge stockpile of Alien-type eggs. When they hatch, anyone holding one explodes from the inside out blasting the screen with an unbelievable amount of gore. Turns out the Alien-type eggs are being laid by a hidden alien creature intent on taking over Earth and assisted by human slaves.. (But then isn't that always the plan?). The ending is a blood-soaked splatter scene worth watching the film for this scene alone. Beautifully remastered (I also have a cheap copy) and dubbed. Just remember this is an Italian production and sometimes it shows. A great late night viewer though and if you like Italian horror films like I do, you'll love it. And to top it all off, Ian McCulloch (fresh off "Zombie" and "Zombie Holocaust") returns as the hero. With him starring, you know it's good. (Like American films where Lance Henriksen shows up and saves any movie he's in)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Was really good for about a half hour and the climax. 19 février 2012
Par Grindhouse and Horror - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This film was fast paced and gory for about the first half hour. However, the pace then slows dramatically and it began to get a little boring. Not much happens then until the climax of the film. In fact, the gore that was shown during that first half hour (a gore sequence on a ship and another gore sequence that takes place in a warehouse) ceases to exist until the climax; there's no more gore until the ending portions of the film. Towards the end, a cyclops creature is revealed to be the creator of the eggs; he's got some hypnotic powers and just sits there and doesn't move except for his tentacles that he uses to eat people. The film also has very good soundtracks, and I like that cyclops creature. I'm still giving it four stars because I really liked the first half hour and the climax. It's too bad that the middle portion of the film isn't better because then this film would've been a classic. Perhaps the reason why it slows down after the first half hour is because the director wanted to build some suspense, along with some character development and a story as they attempt to find the rest of those alien eggs. At times, (like the sequence when they discover the alien eggs by searching the ship in the dark with Goblin's effective soundtracks) it does have a good atmospheric quality to it. There's no nudity in the film, and I liked its 80s style of filmmaking.

The quality is sharp and brightness is fine. The colors are a little faded, and it needs some improvement with contrast. Overall, it looks good but doesn't look quite as good as other films I've seen from Blue Underground. The menu screen has some animation, and you get some good extras.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Slow and uninspired 7 juin 2015
Par AJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
This film had the potential to be lots of gorey fun, but the filmmakers fumbled. The plot itself seems like an interesting enough springboard to launch the sort of b-movie schlock fans like myself have come to appreciate out of 70s Italian horror/exploitation. But nothing comes of it. You get these long drawn out scenes peppered by bits of the (decent) Goblin soundtrack that move the film along at a glacial pace. And they focus on all the wrong bits; all the unexciting parts of the story get tons of unnecessary screen time, while the interesting parts get rushed. What a waste!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun gore w/ old ugly louise monroe 30 mai 2006
Par N. Stepro - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Its a 4 for the fun gore and overhuge exploding chests and cheese dubbing.

Knock off a point for Cozzi's comment in the extras how he wanted a young hot actress and TPTB wanted an 'old' ugly' woman as Colonel/scientist.

Graphic novel is neat/slightly different storyline details.

Nits; NY cap in helicopter scene, chick? slapping scene?

Do Italians just have this stereotype of New York/American males calling women chick? Men get respect by slapping women? You can slap a superior officer (or anyone) and that's OK. You can make yourself a NY officer by placing a piece of tape with "NY" written with a Sharpie on a mil. cap.

At least they weren't drinking beer on the job. Another Italian flavored cheesy fun had the scientists drinking beer all day long while searching for a sea creature. Huh?

The graphic novel has them saying F*UCK alot. I almost never say that word at my job :). Another stereotype of Americans to the Italians? An occasional subject verb disagreement, sugar shipment switches to coffee at the end, and the B love interest is Hubbard the astronaut. And yes, the Colonel/scientist is drawn younger/hotter than the actress in the film.
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