|Housewives from Another World|
|Title:||Housewives from Another World|
|Directed by:||Fred Olen Ray|
|Written by:||Fred Olen Ray|
|Produced by:||Kimberly A. Ray|
|Music by:||Anthony Francis|
|Cinematography:||T. Max Montgomery|
|Edited by:||Dean McKendrick|
|Distributed by:||Retromedia Entertainment|
|Released:||May 6th, 2010|
|Running time:||82 minutes|
Karen catches her husband, Max, with his neighbor, Rita, in bed. Angered, Karen leaves the house with a bottle of alcohol in her hand. While outside she discovers a fragment of a meteorite that crashed on Earth. As she picks it up, her body is taken over by an alien life form from another planet. The alien, now inhabiting the body of Karen, works to prevent the secret development of space exploration satellites. Carla, Max's colleague, and Rita are also being taken over by two more alien life forms from other meteorite fragments. One of the aliens, inhabiting the body of Carla, is intrigued by Tom, who is also planning to steal the satellite plans.
|Ted Newsom||Mr. Roberts|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Ken Pierce noted that the film lacked the respect of sets and costumes. He also noted, however, that the acting performances of Heather Vandeven and Christine Nguyen were praised. Despite the low budget, the film had praises for Christine Nguyen and Rebecca Love. Additional reviews of the film were also published.