Contamination
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Following the surprising success of his cheapjack Star Wars knockoff, Star Crash, Italian director Luigi Cozzi was given the helm of this cheapjack Alien knockoff. An alien cyclops causes a man to cover the Earth with nasty eggs (sometimes made of silicone, sometimes close-ups of common olives). The eggs release gelatinous gunk which makes people explode, and it's all part of the alien's plan to take over the world. Cozzi, a less-talented protégé of Dario Argento, at least gets a good soundtrack by using his mentor's house band, Goblin, but delivers a bad film nonetheless. The… More
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"The one saving grace of this film is the excellent score by Goblin."
‑ Lucius Gore, ESplatter
"Pulsating alien eggs, ham acting and liberal amounts of cheese make for a satisfyingly silly sci-fi omelette."
‑ Anton Bitel, Movie Gazette
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