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Alien Lockdown (2004)

After an experiment to make the ultimate weapon goes wrong, a team of commandos is sent into a genetic research lab and end up getting stalked by a creature that looks a lot like the Predator


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Charlie Dryfus
Dr. Woodman
Stanislav Dimitrov ...
Nathan Perez ...
T.M. Van Ostrand ...
Atanas Srebrev ...
Stanimir Stamatov ...
Raicho Vasilev ...
Veronika Sitih ...
Female Soldier
Krassimir Manov ...
Soldier #1 (as Krasimir Pashov)
Boiko Boyanov ...
Soldier #2 (as Boyko Boyanov)
Dobrin Dosev ...
Soldier #3


In a secret government lab, Dr. Alan Woodman conducts experiments to develop a violent alien into a revolutionary fighting machine. The trial fails and the creature escapes into compound, killing everyone in its path. Only Woodman and his assistant Charlie survive. After locking down the facility, they send out a distress call and the top covert military force responds. Led by the beautiful but tough Rita Talon, the team has been instructed to locate and destroy the creature. Working with Woodman and Charlie, they begin the hunt but quickly realize that they have to deal with more than just the creature. Written by Anonymous

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Rated R for some violence and gore | See all certifications »

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25 February 2008 (Hungary)  »

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B-Movie all the way
20 August 2008 | by See all my reviews

This is a B-Movie and to be quite honest, it's pretty good.

The acting isn't exactly on par with performances from the Hollywood greats but for the most part is OK and the majority of the main characters remain believable throughout the film. This alone gives it a leg up on half of the other B-Movies out there. The director manages to keep the movie flowing without too many plot holes, irrelevant scenes or cheesy moments (although there are some present) which makes the movie quite entertaining. What I found to be quite astonishing though is the quality of the sets, special effects and costumes. When you consider the small budget for this film it really does hit home that they've done a rather impressive job in this respect.

The film has quite clearly "borrowed" elements and ideas from other films such as Alien, Predator, Resident evil and perhaps even the matrix. However, it doesn't spoil the movie and it's not too difficult to ignore the blatant copying and just get on with watching the film.

A film for purists this is not. It's a B-Movie and doesn't pretend to be anything else but it's entertaining and worth a watch.

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