Alien from L.A.
Alien from L.A.: Directed by Albert Pyun. With Kathy Ireland, William R. Moses, Richard Haines, Don Michael Paul. A young woman with a childish voice travels to Africa looking for her missing archaeologist father, and stumbles into a strange subterranean civilization.
An absolutely fantastical adventure of a pitifully ugly and awkward young woman who falls down a bottomless pit to the center of the earth to save her father, who has also fallen down that same stupid pit. Playing this disgusting looking girl with big glasses, terrible hair, and revolting eyebrows is Kathy Ireland, and actress that would go on to be one of the planet’s top super models and known internationally as an exceptionally beautiful woman. Pyun and his crew did a great job at trying to cover up her natural beauty, but there’s only so much you can do to smudge up what was considered female perfection at the time. The story is bonkers, the acting is over the top, the special effects are low budget, but the vision that the movie has is beyond the horizon and if you squint just right, this is a fun and good movie.