The Alien Factor (1976)

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An intergalactic zoo crashes. Grotesque monstrosities emerge and launch a reign of terror

The Alien Factor (1976) is a B-grade science fiction film directed and written by Baltimore low-budget filmmaker Don Dohler. The film begins with a young teenage couple making out in a car when an insect looking monster attacks. The local sheriff must find out what’s causing the killings. Meanwhile, the mayor is breathing down his neck and wants to keep a lid on the deaths so a multi-million dollar amusement park will be built. The film features the special f/x of Ernest Farino, John Cosentino and Larry Schlecter. This science fiction thriller was shown frequently on TV throughout the 80′s, including Ted Turner’s Superstation.