This is a reinterpretation by Ted V. Mikels about his original creation of the "Astro-Zombies". This time around, it's evil aliens who are operating on people. These strange space creatures... See full summary »
A school teacher and her wheelchair-bound sister purchase a house that seems to be haunted by a strange supernatural force. Father LeCleur and his son Raymond are called in to vanquish the ... See full summary »
Ted V. Mikels
John P. Baniqued,
Three go-go dancers holding a young girl hostage come across a crippled old man living with his two sons in the desert. After learning he's hiding a sum of cash around, the women start scheming on him.
Ted V Mikels is an elderly B-movie mogul who did his best work in the late 1960s but here he is in the 2010s and still putting out entertaining work. Now "Paranormal Extremes" is totally cheap and absurd and not that much happens, compared to the latest superhero cash-in. But there's more heart and individuality - maybe even art - in this movie than in the multiplex.
You can easily warm up to the characters, laugh at their dialogue and enjoy the primitive special effects, without ever having your intellect insulted or being sold some bullshit deep morals from a giant corporation. No, this movie is not scary or sexy or hip. But it doesn't need to be. Its fun and innocent and a great departure from the Hollywood formula.
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