If you're not the kind of person who enjoys cheesy horror-comedy, mixed with over-the-top gore, campy dialogue, alien-on-human sexual encounters and a slew of British accents, then Evil Aliens is not the film for you. However, you horror buffs and gore geeks should have a blast with this flick, dissecting each splat of blood as director Jake West pays homage to a number of classic scary movies, including (but not limited to) Jaws, Predator, Night of the Living Dead and -- wait for it -- Disney's Flight of the Navigator.
The film's opening shot places us high above a young couple having sex in the middle of an open field. What they fail to realize (and will soon find out) is that they're not alone. Dun. Dun. Dun. When a disagreement between lovers finds the woman running off towards a pitch-black night, danger soon finds her and snatches the poor girl up, leaving the man alone, vulnerable and ultimately screwed (in more ways than one). Suddenly, we're onboard a spacecraft where the not-so-happy couple are separated, strapped down on top of metal tables and face-to-face with horrific creatures hell-bent on jamming a long shiny drill up where the sun never shines. As blood splatters everywhere and screams of mercy go unheard, we're introduced to the title of this crazy little flick: Evil Aliens.