Diminutive alien invaders run into teenage opposition when they land in a rural lovers’ lane.
“CREEPING HORROR…from the depths of time and space!”
“SEE teenagers vs. the saucer men!”
Another in the long list of late 1950s sci-fi horror films that I may have seen as a kid on Not Quite Classic Theatre – but probably didn’t – is Invasion of the Saucer Men (1957). It would have fit in nicely with many of the other films, except for one thing: its tone is more deliberately comical. The basic joke at the heart of it seems to be that the alien invasion is foiled by unassuming teenagers – not the military, who are more or less fumbling around in the dark and unable to do anything. Continue reading