Alien Armageddon

January 3rd, 2011







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Plot
The story of Jodie Elliot, a young woman who is trying to find her daughter in a city controlled by an invading alien army.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 1.8/10 (376 voted)

Director: Neil Johnson

Stars: Katharine McEwan, Don Scribner, Rochelle Vallese

Storyline
The story of Jodie Elliot, a young woman who is trying to find her daughter in a city controlled by an invading alien army.

Cast:
Katharine McEwan - Jodie Elliott
Don Scribner - Cowboy
Rochelle Vallese - Franci
Benjamin J. Cain Jr. - Markus
William David Tulin - Sheen
Julia Parker - Dr. Brenna
Claudia Wells - Eileen Daly
Virginia Hey - Ute
Marilyn Ghigliotti - Macy
Eric Nyenhuis - Crunchy
DeeDee Bigelow - Maxine
Justin Cornwell - Nephilim Soldier 1
Patrick Donegan - Nephilim Soldier 4
Duff Dugan - Governor Brent
James Gingold - Exploding Dude



Details

Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 3 Jan 2011

Filming Locations: Los Angeles, California, USA

Box Office Details

Budget: $870,000 (estimated)



Technical Specs

Runtime: USA:



Did You Know?

Trivia:
The film was called Battleground Los Angeles until the producers learned that Battle: LA was also coming out. They changed the name to stop any confusion. The film was originally conceived and hinted at in 1997 and 2004. The film, Nephilim ends where Alien Armageddon begins.



User Review

One of the 5 worst movies I ever saw

Rating: 1/10

Thank God I rented it instead of paying money to the movie theater. There is nothing about this movie that was worth watching. From the Story line to the acting to the special effects it was all cheesy. I love good sci-fi but this was not unfortunately. The box said it was a follow-up to Battlefield LA but they weren't even slightly the same. This movie suffered from budget problems obviously as most of the scenes must have been in an abandoned building of some kind. The acting, for the most part, was not any better than any high school production. The special effects weren't all that special and looked very amateurish.









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