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Invisible Invaders

Dr. Noymann blew himself up in a lab. Ka-BOOM! The explosion formed an atomic mushroom cloud and probably took out half the neighborhood. That’s what happens when you mix Alka-Seltzer™ with baking soda and Mr. Pibb™.

Invisible Invaders

During Noymann’s funeral, invisible aliens, who’ve been on the moon unnoticed for 20,000 (!) years, arrive to inhabit the recently dead (including Noymann, though his corpse should’ve been turned into puzzle pieces from the ka-BOOM!) and use the ripening bodies to proudly announce their intentions to end all life on Earth and that all resistance is useless, blah, blah, blah. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve said that to my neighbors.

Invisible Invaders

To make Earth prep their asses for kissing goodbye, they provide an example of their superior skills by making a plane crash. Buttholes. Then they use more dead bodies to warn people at sporting events and even TV broadcasts to tell us to prepare for a deathly invasion, and blow up Finland to emphasize their message. But our scientists are smarter than anyone from the moon or Finland, and theorize their weapons are about as effective in our atmosphere as non-alcoholic beer is on 99% of the known universe.

Invisible Invaders

Invisible Invaders (1959) is loaded with plenty of bone-headed science dialogue, which kinda makes sense in the context of invisible extraterrestrials. (Talk about saving a ton on space costumes.) The aliens meet their match with scientists who advise that the cab of a pick-up truck will sufficiently protect you from radiation. I’ll have to remember that. Can’t be too safe from invisible invaders.

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