What? There's no zero? Rating this abomination of a movie a "one" is really reaching! Acting -- one of the reviewers said William and Dee Dee were fine. On a scale of one to ten, I'd give the portrayers of the Hunter and the Alien a two, and those of the humans about half that. Can I say UGH! Yeech!? The only thing worse than the acting was the script (script?). Well, maybe the costumes of the Hunter and Alien. I suppose the Alien was a hand puppet -- it took me half way through to figure out that the thing which looked a bit like Rocket Man from the Moon with teeth, was really attached to the giant arachnid (well, I didn't actually count the legs...).
Oh yes, script. We have a cadre of idiots running from a couple (at least) of murdering, man-munching monsters, and they dawdle along like kids on there way to detention. Sometimes they are crawling through a supposed tunnel (you can't see the ceiling, but they're on their hands and knees so I suppose the audience is supposed to suppose it's low) and sometimes walking upright in a "sewer" that would make the Paris underground resemble an ant farm. This meander starts in some redneck's basementcellar and winds up -- oops! -- in the Hunter's, or is it the Alien's spaceship? I can't tell because it contains a dead alien and the Hunter's spare cannon.
The best shots are overhead of the forest. Interestingly, sometimes it's green and sometimes it's brown... One might say "tempus fugit," but since all the activity (I won't dignify this excreta by calling it action) occurs in a single day, one might suppose it took enough time to produce this mess that a change of seasons obtained. Hopefully not. If they spent more than a day filming this twaddle someone ought to be fired. Or maybe someone just ought to be fired.
I was never sure whether the idiotic behavior of the cast -- and the insipid dialogue (upon receiving the Hunter's spare weapon, William says, "I've never seen anything like this before) was intentional humor, reflected the writer's opinion of the average person, or reflected the writer's person. They try to give it some play at the very end when the Hunter, who turns out to be human, says the local planet has been Terra-formed, implying that what we've just seen was not "life on earth" but some low grade mimic. I'm betting this was added by the producers when they saw the dailies and said "Oh my God!".
Review by Ray Humphries from the Internet Movie Database.