Here's a screen shot taken at the Starlight in Atlanta, GA during the Drive-Invasion event, Labor Day weekend. Either my auto focus wasn't engaged or I was getting interference from the Planet Oxy 10.
Those darn thrill-crazed space kids with their tight pants and wild antennae, blasting the flesh off humans!
As fate would have it, this prevue was shown on Screen #3, which is currently playing another outer space yarn named "Star Wars III" or something. It has somehow escaped me.
I have been lined up to not see "Star Wars" since 1983.
Presented by Warner Bros. ("Casablanca," "My Fair Lady"), "Teenagers From Outer Space" is directed by Tom Graeff and stars David Love, Dawn Anderson, Harvey B. Dunn, Bryant Grant, and Tom Lockyear (Tom Graeff).
I believe this is the same crew who appeared the following year in the documentary "Teenagers From One Hour Martinizing Earning Money to Go to College After All."
Leonard Maltin says of the flying saucer and cup of punks flick: it's a "BOMB."
Maltin adds: The film is a "ridiculous sci-fi about alien youths who bring monster to Earth, shown as the shadow of a lobster! Very, very cheap; but still a camp classic. Besides directing and starring, Graeff wrote, produced, photographed, and edited!"
No word on how they kill the monster. Probably with the shadows of Hollandaise sauce, lemon squeezin's, and Florentine crepes.