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Village of the Damned
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Directed By
John Carpenter

Written By:
John Carpenter, David Himmelstein

Christopher Reeve, Kirstie Alley, Linda Kozlowski, Mark Hamill, Meredith Salenger, Michael Pare, Peter Jason, Constance Forslund, Karen Kahn

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Village of the Damned (1995)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
September 9th, 2007

Emotion is irrelevant, it is not our nature

First they knocked them out, then they knocked them up. They were out for six hours, so I imagine that the aliens had a good time.

The Mexicans beat John Carpenter in a remake of Wolf Rilla's 1960 sci-fi/horror film, but I doubt if anyone ever saw it. This was a good story and it was creepy to boot. All those blond-haired children has to remind you of the children of the Third Reich. I am sure that they did this with a purpose. Perfection achieved, but at the sacrifice of humanity.

I haven't seen Christopher Reeve since Superman I,II, and II, and he really did a good job here. Kirstie Alley looked good in her Cheers shape and also was good in the film. I didn't know Linda Kozlowski had done anything but Crocodile Dundee, so I was surprised at her performance.

All-in-all, a good flick.

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