Let's get one thing straight right from the get go. Norman J. Warren's "Inseminoid" is not a poor man's "Alien". No, that would be "Galaxy of Terror" or "Forbidden World", or possibly maybe even the 1985 Klaus Kinski craptacular "Creature". "Inseminoid" isn't even close to being that good. "Inseminoid" is actually the poor man's poor man "Creature". Stop reading this for one minute and try to wrap your brain around that statement. Are we on the same page now? Okay, great. You have never seen acting as dismal and/or disinterested and/or insanely over-the-top as you will see in "Inseminoid". You have never seen cheaper, more poorly realized outer space sets or costumes or special effects in any motion picture outside of fanboy home movie night at a fantasy film con. And you will never again be more bored and/or dropped-jaw riveted to the screen as you will be when you watch this motion picture. And to make matters even worse, it's British. Five stars.