If you are having issues logging in please click here and then try again.
Lost your password?
Note only works for customers, vendors please contact us.
Close Panel
  • Your Picks
  • DVD & Blu-ray
  • CD
  • Vinyl
  • Collectibles
  • Best Sellers
  • Street date:

Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: LIB-4073
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • UPC: 089353407322
  • Street Date: 06/13/23
  • PreBook Date: 05/09/23
  • Label: Liberation Hall »
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Run Time: 95 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1996
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD


Product Assets



Bookmark and Share



Project: Alf

Captured by the "Alien Task Force", ALF is rescued by two officers who found out the project would be cancelled...and ALF terminated.

Project: Alf
  • List Price: $19.95  
  • Your Price: $19.95
  • In Stock: 480
  • You must login to place orders.

    Not purchasing for a business? See our consumer site.

The film begins where ALF ended, with Gordon Shumway (otherwise known as ALF), being captured by the US Air Force's Alien Task Force (ATF) while attempting to depart Earth. ALF is detained at Edmonds Air Force Base and despite everyone's worst fears, ALF has been thriving in captivity. Acting independently, the head of ATF security plans on killing his prisoner under the guise of a beauty treatment, for which he has left a paper trail implicating his aide Learning of this, two Air Force scientists, Major Melissa Hill and Captain Rick Mullican, help ALF escape, hiding at a cheap motel. ALF's annoying behavior results in him being ordered to hide in the restroom, reminding him of when the Tanners would do the same. Unwilling to surrender his creature comforts, ALF sneaks outside and contacts one of his former guards in an attempt to arrange a supply drop, before mistakenly entering a strip club named "Kitty Kat Lounge", assuming from its name that it is a restaurant that serves cats. Hill learns that Moyers has set up a secret auction alongside the broadcast that would reveal ALF to the world, intending to sell the alien to the highest bidder. After she refuses to participate, he imprisons her. ALF, unaware of the betrayal, revels in being the center of attention until stage fright and the increasing hostility of his host lead ALF to lock himself in the bathroom, giving the military time to shut down the broadcast. Back at Edmonds, the general gloats that ALF's escape means he will be able to convince his superiors to have the alien executed openly, his hatred being revealed as seeking payback for an alleged alien abduction that drove his mother insane. A military panel authorizes promotions for the three officers involved in taking down the General and apologizes to ALF, before declaring him an ambassador to Earth. The scene ends with ALF's usual self-aggrandizing behavior leaving the people on the panel to question whether they have made the right choice


Watch trailer »

Bonus Materials

  • Trailers
  • Photo Gallery
  • Interview with ALF creators Paul Fusco and Tom Patchett
  • Cast and crew bios

Sales Points

  • The film begins where the series ended, with ALF being captured by the military
  • Soundtrack by Mark Snow (X-Files, Blue Bloods)
  • The series was highly rated, up to #10 during season 2 and ran for over 100 episodes
  • His family from the TV series were relocated to Iceland and placed in the witness protection program
  • Beverly Archer is the only person, other than ALF, to appear in the series and film
  • The person inside the ALF suit was Michu Meszaros, was a circus performer for Barnum and Baily, billed as “The World’s Smallest Man”. He also had roles in “Big Top Pee Wee” and opposite Michael Jackson in a Pepsi commercial. He only appeared in season one
  • For fans of “The Dark Crystal_ and “ET”

Press Quotes

Project: Alf is amusingly cornball ’90s TV moviemaking at its best.

     —MATT PAPROCKI, DoBlu.com

Fans of the series should certainly get a kick out of this, and in fact I, who never really watched the original series that much, had several hearty laughs watching this enterprise.

     —JEFFREY KAUFFMAN, Blu-ray.com


This page was created in 0.10747909545898 seconds