Alien Blood (1999)

Nomination Year: 2017
SYNOPSIS:  What do you get when you multiply six by nine?

Take bad CGI, cross it with the plot sensibility of a poorly-written episode of Dr. Who, and add a main character who looks vaguely like David Tennant.

These things are all irrelevant, as it this movie as a whole. A mother is trying to smuggle her baby to safety. The mother (and baby) are aliens. They are being hunted by a government conspiracy. They hide in a house of vampires. Lesbian vampires. There is rather a lot of nudity, and an assassination attempt disguised as exploding bagpipes.

All rendered (in special effects cases literally) so ineptly as to strip any sense of humor, suspense, or pacing. I cannot recommend this movie. Despite the nudity. Despite the bagpiping. Despite the lesbian vampires. Despite even the alien blood.

Worst Special Effect

Alien mother wailing in front of a nondescript landscape.

Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame
Glyn Whiteside looks vaguely like David Tennant -- if you squint 
Director Claim to Fame
Jon Sorensen Alien Blood marks his writing and directorial debut ... and you can tell. 

Kevin Hogan

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