Invasion of The Saucer Men (a.k.a. Invasion of The Hell Creatures, is a 1957 black-and-white comic science fiction horror film produced by James H. Nicholson for release by American International Pictures. Invasion of The Saucer Men was released as double feature with "I Was a Teenage Werewolf". This film is considered as one of the best cult B-Movies of the 1950's and a fan favorite. Directed by Edward L. Cahn, it tells the story of a flying saucer landing inthe woods, and the teenagers, who while driving through the woods to their local Lover's Lane without their headlights on run down one of the saucer-men creatures, and after a drunk (Frank Gorshin) stumbles across the alien's corpse he reports an alien invasion to which no one believes him. Great! make-up and special effects done by Paul Blaisdell who provided the alien-make up and flying saucer. This film is a must have for the classic B-Movie collector. Starring Frank Gorshin, Steve Terrell, and Gloria Castillo, Complete Uncut Version with the Trailer and a Widescreen Version included. 1957 B/W 69 Minutes on DVD-R.