Moontrap: Target Earth

Synopsis: A long forgotten ancient spacecraft discovered on Earth. Investigations carried out by Scout transport her to the moon whereupon she meets the impressive machines preserving the wisdom of that long lost civilization.
85 min

is what you say it is.

No offense, I hope.

- No, no, not at all,

none taken, none taken.

I'd probably do the

same if somebody told me

they had a, but it's for real.

- Oh, I certainly hope so.

- No doubt whatsoever.

As crazy and as whacked

out as it sounds,

I mean, this is the

genuine article, Mr.?

- Kontral.

But Richard, please.

And this is Nicole,

my facilitator.

- Hi.

- Hi.

- All right, Richard,

right this way.

Right this way to the

greatest discovery

since microwave popcorn.


- That is wonderful.

- Alphabet time now, Richard?

So we had to, we had to cut

away about 2,000 tons of ore,

when they, I, I found it.

See, I at first thought

it was just a new strata,

but when I got closer and

saw what those taco boys

were digging up, I made

them clear out fast.

- Good for you, Bryan.

- Yeah, yeah, there's

no way I want them

chattering away about this.

- Nor would I.

- Look at it.

Doesn't it look brand new?

Like it could have

been made yesterday.

- It does indeed.

- There's not a scratch on it.

It's gotta be over

14,000 years old.

- Really?


How on earth would

you know that?

- Well, age of

the ore around it.

That's when the

geog, um, geologists

think it collapsed on it.

And look, these hieroglyphics.

That's not any language

I've ever seen.

- That is incredible.

- You think that's incredible?

Wait 'til you hear the

most incredible part.

You know what i

think we got here?

- The suspense is

killing me, Bryan.

- This isn't some

old Indian piece of junk.


What we've got here

is an alien spaceship.

An ancient alien spaceship.

I'm talking chariots of the

fucking gods here, Richard!

And you know something, i

think it's still working.

Feel it.

Feel the power inside?

The sucker's alive.

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Robert Dyke

Robert Dyke (died 1449) was an English-born cleric and judge who held high office in fifteenth-century Ireland, being appointed to the offices of Archdeacon of Dublin, Chancellor of the Exchequer of Ireland and Master of the Rolls in Ireland. more…

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