Year Released: 2001
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Running Time: 4 minutes
Click to Expand Credits:
I used to be so afraid of those gray kind of aliens when I was a kid that my Grandfather used to tape Dennis The Menace cartoons over the “artist conceptions” in the National Enquirers he would buy me. I had some people tell me that might have been a symptom of being abducted. I really liked that idea.
“Non-Abductees Anonymous” is a wacky mockumentary short about people who really like the idea of being abducted by aliens, but can’t seem to make it happen. We follow a support group as they go through the trials and tribulations of a 12 step program to accepting they are powerless against not being abducted by aliens. These people work as a group to prove that yes, they are worthy of being probed. Wild fun, well made… dictionary definition of the word “hoot.” 4 minutes of grade-a goofy.
As for myself? Ends up my mom had been frightened by a Gentle Ben-era Clint Howard when she was pregnant with me. And I thought I cried during “Apollo 13″ because it was heartwarming.
Posted on October 9, 2001 in Reviews by Amy Scott
If you liked this article then you may also like the following Film Threat articles:
- HIGH-DEFINITION SYDNEY
- STREAMING CINEMA 2.0
- FIRSTPIX PROGRAM HELPS STRUGGLING FILMMAKERS
Popular Stories from Around the Web