I got the idea when a fellow member expressed confusion over a "Justice League" movie post, thinking it was about this 1988 (Or maybe 1987) John Carpenter movie. This kick-started a thought, as to see if anyone else was particularly fond of "They Live". Personally, while the very latter portions of the movie were a bit silly, and the effects were downgraded torwards the conclusion of the film, it still remains one of my absolute favorite Carpenter movies. The first half of the movie is pretty interesting in concept, and somewhat creepy. I mean, just imagine that there's this whole subliminal suggestion cotton-balling our society so that these enterprising alien terriformers can just take over our planet, and do with it as they will. And the actual aliens, themselves... They manage to be humorous and disturbing at the same time. Plus, this movie might well serve as indication that professional wrestlers CAN act. (For his part, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper holds his own quite nicely at the male lead of the film, and we also get Meg Foster during her prime, with those electric eyes of hers!) So, gather, fellow humans, and don't forget your sunglasses! ... Or else I'll have to wrestle them on you in an alley fight.