First, "War of the Robots":
This version was shown at a B-Movie festival in 2010, and it had people crying out for the movie to end about 4/5s through. The dubbing is bad, and the acting and plot are hard to understand and bereft of any life at all. On the other hand, Yanti Somer is cute...
There really aren't any robots per se, and there's not much of a war unless you consider the uninspired, mind-numbing space battle in the last 30 minutes of the movie a "war".
What sets this print apart, hilariously, is that after a character dies in this seemingly interminable space battle, a few minutes later the movie SKIPS BACK to a part where he is suddenly alive again and states (again) "It's hard to get away from me!" This had many people bewildered and laughing at the Festival. I have another copy of this movie, and the mistake doesn't happen there. Thanks for the flub, Alpha Cinema!
The second movie, "It's Alive!", is not the 1970's horror flick. It's a sub-par, creepy-but-ultimately-bland and silly movie about some hill-billy in the Ozarks (but who's caring?) who traps people and feeds them to his cave-dwelling lizard monster. It has Tommy Kirk to prod the film along... there's a long, coma-inducing flashback, and overall it's another tough movie to trudge through.
Lots of room for making fun of these films if you have the fortitude to tough it out, not for the faint of heart.
Three stars because of the unintentional misprint hilarity, and because I have no idea how to rate such an amazing mess of movies.
Oh! And alpha cinema has a "Coming Attractions" feature that has some great cheesy trailers, an added bonus.