Remote Control (1988 film)
|Directed by||Jeff Lieberman|
|Produced by||Scott Rosenfelt
|Written by||Jeff Lieberman|
|Music by||Peter Bernstein|
|Editing by||Scott Wallace|
|Distributed by||International Video Entertainment|
|Release dates||April 7, 1988|
|Running time||88 minutes|
Remote Control is a 1988 comedy horror film starring Kevin Dillon (brother of Matt Dillon) who also starred in the remake of The Blob (1988), which came out the same year. It was produced by Scott Rosenfelt and Mark Levinson and was released by International Video Entertainment (later Artisan Entertainment until acquired by Lionsgate). The film has developed a small cult following since its home video release.
A video store clerk stumbles onto an alien plot to take over earth by brainwashing people with a bad '50s science fiction movie. He and his friends race to stop the aliens before the tapes can be distributed world-wide.
A 25th Anniversary edition was released in 2013 on Blu-ray and DVD by director Jeff Lieberman through his website, jeffliebermandirector.com.
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