They Came from Beyond Space (1967)
Nomination Year: 1992
SYNOPSIS: They came from beyond space...the moon, to be precise. I guess there's space between the Earth and moon, so it's technically correct. Disembodied aliens begin to take over people in a small British town and start their plans to take over the world. Only our hero, who happens to have a silver plate in his head, is immune. It's up to him to save the day, which he does. In the end, it all seems to be a big misunderstanding.
- Crummiest Ending
Always Ask First
The good guys finally triumph against incredible odds. Cornered in their spaceship, the aliens lament, "Now we will die in a strange galaxy." The hero says that there was no need to try to take over the world: Earth would have helped if they had only asked. The lead alien says with wonderment: "We need only have asked?" They shake hands. The End.
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