We have all heard incredible UFO and Alien Abduction stories that edge toward the unreal but none with more impact than the Betty and Barney Hill encounter that became a world wide story in... See full summary »
12 astronauts volunteer to pioneer a colony, on a newly discovered planet. They awake from their frozen 15 year sleep to discover that the ship has crashed and that they are trapped in ... See full summary »
Pregnant and frightened, Anais is not allowed to leave the specialized hospital where her husband, Peter has a medical internship with his uncle, Dr. Gabriel Schreklich, a man with a serum ... See full summary »
Deirdre V. Lyons,
On March 13th, 1997 one of the largest UFO sightings ever recorded took place across the southwestern United States. The event became known as the 'Phoenix Lights' and was witnessed by ... See full summary »
On a typical fall evening in 1983, a young man was videotaping his niece's 5th birthday party. As the night's strange occurrences took place, he kept his video camera running, recording the entire event.
Video footage from the camera shows that the camera is moving, but in the next shot the camera is stationary. This happens almost every time the camcorder footage is shown. See more »
"The events, characters, and firms depicted in this photoplay are fictions. Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental, and very weird. We suggest moving and/or staying away from creepy, alien-run hospitals." See more »
I had the privilege of working on Alien Abduction. We had a tiny budget and we shot it in a week and a half. I love Sci Fi horror and psychological thrillers that are especially disturbing (a la Angel Heart, Sixth Sense and Jacobs Ladder). I think that Alien Abduction fits in at the gory, b-movie end of those types of films.
I hope that people can forgive the low budget look and see that Alien Abduction is very weird, disturbing and unexpected. It's not meant to be your usual science fiction film with high tech themes. It's more like a nightmare: Like a David Lynch nightmare. If you don't watch it through to the end you'll miss the best part of the movie so give it a chance to play itself out. Most of the reviews are damned good.
More power to the low budget world, (other wise we're stuck with a bunch of Ben Affleck movies and big budget sequels like Bridget Jones five).
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