If you told me that the first thing I was going to see, after countless millennia of slumber, was a “Z-grade” film about an alien that impregnates women, I would have stayed buried. Imagine my chagrin when I was unearthed for the sole purpose of reviewing this film and others like it. Inseminoid‘s story isn’t difficult to grasp if you’re familiar with what the title implies: an alien that inseminates its victims, in this case a human female, with its putrid progeny so that they may carry out its monstrous agenda of eating and inseminating more people. I’m not sure what the appeal of this film is since even the most perverse internet closet case wouldn’t find this attractive.
In the climax, where all the film’s excitement is supposed to overflow, Mark and Sandy engage in a drunken push-fight before Mark finally strangles her to death with electrical wiring. The deed done, Mark returns to his colleague only to find her dead with one of the progeny feasting on her while the second lunges at him from the shadows. There is an epilogue involving a military unit investigating the base and accidentally bringing the two creatures back with them, but I was too bored and annoyed to care at that point.