Reviews:

Destination Mars! is one of the best films of the year! ~ Harry Knowles
The look and feel of 1950s science-fiction is recaptured and parodied in Destination Mars! Parody may seem like an easy form of humor, but there are more bad parodies than good in recent movie history, which says that doing it well is not so simple after all. That's why I'm impressed with a little low-budget effort called Destination Mars! Tor and Richard Lowry wrote and directed this affectionate spoof of cheesy 1950s science-fiction films, and they've done their homework well...from the main titles to the costume design to the dialogue, it all reeks of those wonderfully awful movies. Only this time the comedy is intentional.If you grew up on films like Amazon Women on the Moon, you're a prime candidate to enjoy Destination Mars...and even if you didn't, I think you'll enjoy being let in on the joke. " -Leonard Maltin
Honestly, I thought  (Destination Mars!) it was a masterpiece! I have never seen somebody capture the era and the films so perfectly. You managed to make the movie hilarious without the actors resorting to Carol Burnett-style burlesque. You either found the greatest actors on the planet, or had actors with limited abilities playing it like they're not in on the joke. Well done, and congratulations!  -Mick Garris (Director: THE STAND)
"Funny as hell!" -Film & Video Magazine (Destination Mars!)
"Robots, Martian women, and spaceships! This movie has everything that I want out of my sci-fi films! It's beautiful!" -Harry Knowles  (Destination Mars!)
“If you love the X-FILES as much as I do, then you’ll love this! I watched it at the dead of night… all by myself… and it kinda freaked my shit out. I mean think about it… some coot comes out of the woodwork telling you of missing towns and conspiracies… claims to have a device that can determine the difference between aliens and humans just by pointing it at them. I dig the hell out of this movie…” Harry Knowles (aintitcool.com) (Wicksboro Incident)
‘WICKSBORO INCIDENT” IS A CHILLING, TOTALLY CONVINCING AND POSITIVELY TERRIFYING BLEND OF “X-FILES” AND “THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT.” I WOULDN’T ADVISE WATCHING THIS ALONE AND CERTAINLY NOT LATE AT NIGHT!’ *** 1/2 –Thomas Brown (WHIZ Radio – Eye on the Screen)
“Chilling…terrifying.” Carlos De Abreau (Hollywood Film Festival) (Wicksboro Incident)
...however the most impressive thing about Hawk Jones isn’t the fact that it’s a very mature film being acted by kids, but the talent of the kids in the film. I was mesmerized by their skill at delivering lines, some of them not for the faint of heart. The situations these kids have to traverse are spectacular. Not only do we have a mob boss, but we have a speakeasy scene complete with a showgirl (kids drinking milk like it was gin), a soap opera scene that revolves around cheating, multiple shoot-outs including a hostage, scenes at a police station with a hardened chief of police, I could go on and on, but that leaves the fun out of you experiencing...  www.strangekidsclub.com

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