Invasion of the Body Snatchers

Invasion of the Body Snatchers
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Frank

My all-time favorite sci-fi. Cold war paranoia and McCarthyism all wrapped-up in an alien invasion.

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Alan

Great horror-noir. Anti-communist parable, or anti-McCarthyism alarm? Smart script, crisp b/w framing -- the first and best telling of this tale.

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Lauren

As a huge fan of the 1970's version as well as The World's End (which is inspired by this story) I've been meaning to see the original for a while and very much enjoyed it. The tones of dread and paranoia and theme of the fear of loosing your individuality is universally relatable and very ...Read more

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Justin

Watch the original than the 1970s remake with Sutherland filmed in San Francisco. As a double feature its a fantastic juxtaposition of The Body Snatchers. Hope you enjoy as Much as I do.

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Mark

Still packs a punch. Another terrific Don Siegel flick

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Roger

great classic

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