Does anyone remember this movie? It was a mid-80s film, came out about a month after "Back to the Future" IIRC. An alien ship crashed in the 50s, and the only surviving component was the engine (a space-time warping thing). It ends up forgotten and left in an abandoned junkyard shelter for 30 years until a teenager finds it and figures it would make a cool science project. Turns out it absorbs electricity and without a ship to power it just opens random space warps around it. Kind of goes out of hand once the science teacher (Dennis Hopper?!) plugs it into the city power grid. I was in the crib around then, so my first experience was seeing it on TV in the early 90s. A little freaky for a kid, but still funny enough to be enjoyable, though I missed the start so I never knew the Orb device-thing was from an alien ship. I always figured it was just some random thing the hero found in a junkyard. Didn't get what they meant when they kept saying "warp" either. 20 years of Doctor Who and Star Trek later it all makes a lot more sense. Anyone else seen this?