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They Are Among Us (2004)

The film is about a town that is populated by aliens who have been pretending to be human for a long time in order to steal the earth's resources they need to live when the time comes.

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Finley
Michael Orr Hughes ...
Uncle Bob
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Boy's Mother
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Devon
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Norbert
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Hugh
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Brandi
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Colonist with President
Ryan Deegan ...
Boy Looking for Fitz
Michael DiLallo ...
Daniel
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Old Chuck
Shannon Gardner ...
Man in Library
Colby Giovacchini ...
Boy with Mouse
Amarelle Hanyecz ...
Girl by Harp
Matt Lanternam ...
Young Man with Rage
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The film is about a town that is populated by aliens who have been pretending to be human for a long time in order to steal the earth's resources they need to live when the time comes.

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Rated R for some violence, gore and sexuality | See all certifications »
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17 July 2004 (USA)  »

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Dark Colony - Saat des Bösen  »

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Well done 50's style alien invasion flick
4 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

Things are strange in a small American town, and a race of alien creatures are responsible. It's up to a group of friends and a female alien hunter to save they're town before it's too late! A decent made-for-TV sci-fi film in the vein of "Invasion of the Body Snatchers". Good cast including Alison Eastwood and genre vet George 'Buck' Flower. Director/screenwriter Jeffrey Obrow is no stranger to the genre, having also helmed 1987's tentacled-monster-on-the-loose film, "The Kindred". The creature effects are great and there are some nice gory scenes. The film is also surprisingly suspenseful at times, something I certainly didn't expect from a low-budget alien invasion flick in a year like 2004.

If you enjoy 50's-style alien invasion flicks, you'll want to see "They Are Among Us".

6.5/10.


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