Red is the color of the bad aliens
Sci-fi geeks have undoubtedly had at least one secret dream of being abducted by aliens, traveling to distant worlds and, maybe, becoming an experiment—well, only the freaky geeks. But it’s not easy to hitch a ride on the next flying saucer. Thumbs just aren’t that noticeable from space. Instead, wannabe abductees can live vicariously through one man who claims it happened to him. UFO Phil: The Movie tells the story of—you guessed it!—UFO Phil (his Earth name is Phil Hill). Apparently, in 1972, at a mere 2 years old, aliens took him from his home and implanted a chip in his brain. Good thing, too, because now he has the musical ability to write songs about, well, aliens. After all these years, he still keeps in touch with the extraterrestrials. They chat about the usual topics: the differences between good and bad aliens, future invasions and the weather in Roswell, N.M. Yep, he’s from Roswell. That kind of explains a lot.