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Decoys (2004)

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Release Date
 USA: Sep 7, 2004
DVD Release Date
 R1: Sep 7, 2004

Budget $5,000,000

MPAA Rating
Rated R for sexuality and nudity.

Running Time
1 hour, 35 minutes

Country Canada

Production Companies
Space Productions, Téléfilm Canada

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Genre: Horror, Sci-Fi, Comedy, Aliens, Black Comedy, Monsters, School / Campus

Tagline: They're not what they seem.

Plot: Luke and Roger, a couple of college boys in New Brunswick, Canada, find themselves in a scary position when they make the discovery that some of the most lovely coeds on campus are actually aliens in disguise who are using sexuality as a means to conquer Earth.

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 External Reviews
external linkFor what it is and for what it could have been (Species, anyone?), Decoys works. It's not the most frightening or creepy horror flick out there, but it's also far from the worst; it's a perfect afternoon matinee type of movie, enjoyable but almost instantly forgettable. 2.5/5

external link...what Decoys has in spades is good humour; not in the sly, Kevin Williamson manner, but rather a sort of bashful amusement at its own totally, irredeemably superfluous existence.
--Adam Nayman (

external linkBesides a couple neat camera tricks, one scene of nudity, and alright special effects, Decoys has nothing to offer the horror, the sci-fi, the camp or the teen comedy fan. D
--Zak Santucci (TheCinemaSource)

 Directed by
Matthew Hastings
Bloodsuckers, The Unsaid, The Outer Limits
 Written by
Tom Berry
Crazy Moon, Decoys 2: Rebirth, Screamers
Matthew Hastings
The Unsaid, Bloodsuckers, The Outer Limits
Nicole Eggert
Blown Away, Rich and Famous, Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects
Corey Sevier
Between Strangers, Detention, Student Seduction
Stefanie von Pfetten
40 Days and 40 Nights, Confessions of a Sociopathic Social Climber, Trapped
Kim Poirier
Dawn of the Dead, American Psycho II: All American Girl, The Rats
Elias Toufexis
Bloodsuckers, Brilliant, Deadly Water
Meghan Ory
Lucky 7, Hayley Wagner, Star, The Darklings
Enis Esmer
How to Deal, The Cheetah Girls, Cream of Comedy
 Music By
Daryl Bennett
Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell, Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled, Ronnie & Julie
Jim Guttridge
Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell, Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled, Ronnie & Julie

external linkHowever, this is an excellent flick for a rainy friday night. It's funny, it's fresh, it's entertaining and it even has a couple of unexpected jumps. It's almost like a mixture between "Club Dread" and "The Faculty" so if you liked those two, you have got to check this one out. 4/5
--AnthroFred (SlasherPool) is not the official site for this film.
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