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Sci-Fi Comedy 'Alien Trespass' Welcomes Trailer

January 14, 2009 04:46:47 GMT

'Alien Trespass', the sci-fi comedy from director R.W. Goodwin, has just got a preview through a newly-released trailer.


Sci-Fi Comedy 'Alien Trespass' Welcomes Trailer
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"In a different time...In a quiet place...Something is coming," the newly-outed trailer of "Alien Trespass" kicks off the preview. Brought forth by IGN, the trailer teases what to expect from the sci-fi comedy, exposing how the terror begins to take over after a fiery object from space crashes into a mountaintop in the California desert.

Set in 1957, the Roadside Attractions movie revolves around an unidentified object which brings the threat of disaster to Earth. Crashing into a mountaintop in the California desert, the spaceship lets out the Ghota, which mission is to destroy all life forms on the blue planet. Trying to stop the creature, a benevolent alien from the same spaceship, Urp, makes use of Ted Lewis' body. And, with the help of Tammy, a waitress from the local diner, he sets out to save mankind.

Starring Eric McCormack as Ted Lewis and Jenni Baird as Tammy, "Alien Trespass" is directed and produced by R.W. Goodwin using the script penned by Steven P. Fisher. The movie is also supported by Dan Lauria, Robert Patrick and Jody Thompson among others. It will invade the U.S. theaters on April 3.

"Alien Trespass" Trailer:



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