Alien Outlaw Aliens land in a small town where Jesse Jamison is about to have a gun show and bullets fly after the aliens start killing people. Watch out Diamond Booking agency for your next momentous event!
One of the finest “B” sci-fi’s ever!
Alien Outlaw Where else would you get a mix of aliens wielding .44 Magnums and old cowboy stars coming to the rescue? You owe it to yourself to see what kind of fun can be produced on a shoestring. Phil Smoot rocks! Check out “The Dark Power” for more proof… He really knows how to dish up camp with his over-the-top directorial style. This was Sunset Carson’s, Wild Bill Cody’s and Lash LaRue’s last film before their deaths. They may or may not have been proud of that fact, but at least it gave another generation a bit of insight into the black-and-white “B” Western genre. A bit of trivia, this movie was filmed in and around the Glade Valley School in Sparta, NC. Sparta is the county seat of Alleghany County, the home of more Christmas tree farms than any other county in the country.
Watch only if you have an interest in old cowboy stars
This sci-fi/comedy/western could’ve been a lot more entertaining with some expert editing, the performances by a cast of unknowns leave a lot to be desired also. Plot lines that lead no where, and a plodding story line make the 90 minutes seem like 3 hours. But if you like cheesy grade z action, with a tiny bit of gratuitous T&A thrown in you might want to lose 90 minutes you’ll never get back. The entertainment I got from this shoe string budgeted flick was in watching the beautiful, almost scantily clad Kari Anderson (this was her only movie appearance??), and the chance to see two old (fairly well preserved) cowboy stars from the 40’s Sunset Carson and Lash LaRue. An extra bonus for cowboy fans is the interview (more of a informal reminiscence for the old days of the B western) between Sunset and Lash.