CHOICE INDIE OF 2017, Cinema Crazed
WINNER! Best Comedy Feature, Experimental Edge Film Festival
WINNER! Best Sci-Fi Feature, Midwest Horror Fest
WINNER! Best Comedy Feature, Highway 61 Film Festival
WINNER! Best Sci-Fi Film, Origins Film Festival
WINNER! Audience Award, Origins Film Festival

“I loved this movie… it just brings a smile to my face that this kind of thing exists.” – Zach Bender, Dumpster Drive-In

“[An] utterly bonkers labor of love… a must see for fans of the 50s genre – and an absolute blast.”Dead Celluloid

“One of the funniest films I’ve watched in a long while… a fun, twisted take on an old sci-fi trope.” – Bob Ferreira, WeLoveHorrorMovies

“Good Lord, deliver us from laughing ourselves to death… you just cannot help but laugh, and laugh, and laugh at the sheer, brainless madness of it all.” – Kirk S. Fernwood, One Film Fan

“1950’s monster movie tropes turned on their head and used as a pogo stick… a worthwhile throwback parody that should whet the appetite of fans of similar films such as The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra.” – Scott Foy, Dread Central

“A tribute to schlock of the ’50s, not a callow put-down… just the brand of inspired nonsense we need.” – Rob Gonsalves, Rob’s Movie Vault

“An utterly, utterly ridiculous film… resulting in a tone of stoic hilarity that perfectly replicates the feel of the films that inspired it.” – Andrew Marshall, Starburst

“If the guys behind Airplane! and The Naked Gun tried to make a movie in the style of Ed Wood, it might look something like Inhumanwich!… an impressively spot-on spoof.” – Mike McGranaghan, The Aisle Seat

“A loving homage shot through with an undercurrent of MST3K-style mockery… one of the most ridiculous monsters in movie history.” – Nick Rocco Scalia, Film Threat

“Goofily understated dialogue… cannily reminds one of the deadpan wit in Airplane! – Jack Sommersby, eFilmCritic

“Fun and spirited… a black-and-white nostalgia trip with just a touch of modern flair and a whole lot of what makes old school low budget sci-fi so much fun.” – Mike Stec, The Movie Sleuth

“Plenty of camp and humour… leaves me hungry for more.” – Ed Sum, Otaku no Culture

“Goofy mayhem and wacky premise… an entertaining and hilarious love letter to the Z-grade drive-in movies of yesteryear.” – Felix Vasquez, Cinema Crazed

“Jam-packed with hilarious horseplay and is to be entirely savoured with each viewing.” – Sooz Webb, The Slaughtered Bird

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