Inbred Redneck Alien Abduction does such a good job of portraying rural Southerners that it feels like a documentary at times. Seriously.
Inbred Redneck Alien AbductionThe action starts with a guy and a girl getting it on in a car. Instant T&A points!! A spaceship appears and kidnaps the girl, replacing her with a blow-up sex doll. Before running for help, the guy decides to spend a few quality moments with the doll. As good as that sounds, the movie gets even better after that.
Two Federal agents are dispatched from Washington to investigate the girl's disappearance. They arrive in Arkansas and meet the Zeeka clan, who know all about the "colored folk" who've been bothering them. As the Feds soon learn, them colored folk is ALIENS!!
IRAA is exactly what you'd expect: stupid, disgusting and funny as hell. Sure, it has its faults: there are several jokes that fall flat; the acting ranges from decent to downright pathetic; and the quality of the audio and video isn't very good.
On the positive side: the costuming is unusually good for a low-budget movie; the spaceship set and alien heads are designed to be intentionally cheesy, and they look great; and I laughed out loud. A lot.
As you can see from the ratings on the right, IRAA scored a "5" or better in each of the Vital Stats. This means your old lady won't be too excited about seeing this one.
The only thing that kept me from giving this movie five stars was that it was a little too long. It dragged a bit in the middle, especially with some of the Federal agent scenes. Fortunately, the Rednecks and the Aliens shine as the true stars of this movie