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The Day Time Ended (1980)

Cast: Jim Davis, Christopher Mitchum, Dorothy Malone, more...
Director: John Cardos
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Studio: Full Moon Home Video
Genre: Drama, Foreign, Science Fiction , Time Travel, Spain, Studios, Full Moon
Running Time: 80 min.

Synopsis
In this bargain basement sci-fi film The Day Time Ended, a family moves into their state-of-the-art solar-powered home in an isolated part of the desert to start a new peaceful life. Meanwhile, far away in deep space, three stars simultaneously explode, sending disruptive, time-bending shock waves through the cosmic void. These waves hit the house and soon some mighty bizarre things begin to happen, including a sudden resurgence of dinosaurs in their backyard, visitations from diminutive aliens, and a robot from outer space. The film is also titled Time Warp. ~ Sandra Brennan, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Everything I Remembered and Less by zeroplusone May 15, 2006 - 11:51 PM PDT
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When I was a kid I used to watch this movie whenever it was on, and I just had to see it again. It's among the great UHF Sci-Fi/Horror staples from a simpler time when a watching a piece of crap like this was an event. I don't want to give away too much, so I'll just say that the special effects and situations presented in this film are just as weird as I remember them, but the film as a whole is pretty slow, boring, and pretty much plotless. I should also mention, he quality of this DVD release is not the greatest, and it can be difficult to hear the dialogue at times--not like it matters, but still.




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