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InAlienable -- An all-star sci-fi cast stars in this provocative thriller about a brilliant researcher who gives birth to a half-human, half-alien progeny after an extraterrestrial parasite fuses with his DNA.  Can a man of both science and compassion now protect his "son" from the government, or will society demand this "monster" be destroyed?
InAlienable -- A man gives birth to a parasitic alien in this trailer.


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Still guilt-ridden over the accident that took his family's lives, Eric Norris discovers that his body is host to a parasite from another world. Except, it is more than a parasite: it carries his DNA. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Richard Hatch ... Dr. Eric Norris
Jett Patrick ... Adam Norris

Priscilla Garita ... Miriam Norris

Courtney Peldon ... Dr. Amanda Mayfield

Gary Graham ... Andreas Cabrosas

Walter Koenig ... Dr. Shilling

Alan Ruck ... Dr. Proway

Jay Acovone ... Gerhard
Steven Isrish ... FBI Man

Philip Anthony-Rodriguez ... Dr. Braxton

Patricia Tallman ... Dr. Kline
Marvin Rouillard ... Important Man

Erick Avari ... Howard Ellis

Jarrett Grode ... Medical Employee

Andrew Koenig ... Emil

Gabriel Pimentel ... Benjamin - Young

Matt Lasky ... Burly Medical Employee

Patrick Gough ... Security Guard #1

Bradley Laise ... Benjamin - Old

Debra Christofferson ... General Feragni Atah

Bonnie Aarons ... Blue Skinned Woman
Ashley Walsh ... Nurse
Alan Hunt ... Host

Jeff Rector ... Professor Jeffries

Rus Gutin ... Blue Collar Guy
Crystal Conway ... 9 Year Old Actress
Danielle Koenig ... Comedienne

Brandon Ford Green ... Court Clerk
Judy Levitt ... Judge Deville

Marina Sirtis ... Attorney Barry

Randy E. Barnett ... Attorney Barry's Legal Assistant (as Randy Barnett)

Lisa LoCicero ... Dr. Magee

J.G. Hertzler ... Dr. Lattis

Richard Herd ... Professor Randolph Barnett

James Runcorn ... Bailiff
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Jose Acevedo ... Court Observer
George Anton ... Sergio

Tad Atkinson ... Courtroom Observer
Adriana Barrera ... Courtroom Observer

Brooksley Bishop ... Courtroom Attendant
Clement Boulland ... Protestor
Robert V. Breor ... Courtroom Observer

Amanda Chism ... Protestor

Jeremy Clark ... Protester

Gelbert Coloma ... FBI

Trhea Danae ... Court Attendant
Paul Danner ... Sci-Fi Guard

Raja Deka ... Courtroom Observer
Johnny Drocco ... Security Guard #2

Justin R. Durban ... Courtroom Observer 7
Madison Renee Elsner ... Protestor
Anthony Fitzgerald ... Zachary - in Court Room
Jani Fleet ... Court Stenographer
Craig Fowler ... Air Force Captain

Ali Fussell ... Prostestor
Jennifer Gabbert ... Hospital Employee #1
Frank Giarmona ... Press Photographer #1
Will Goodman ... Protester

Debra Lynn Hull ... Air Force General

Frances Emma Jenkins ... Lab Worker
Ceilidh Lamont ... Lawyer
Rob Leslie ... Courtroom Observer
Sara Mailloux ... Space Woman
Robin Martell ... Fred the Lab Tech
Jolene Merryman ... Courtroom Sketch Artist
Laura Molina ... Coffee Shop Waitress

Robert Olding ... Medical Assistant #1
Peter Renaud ... Labworker

Jenny Rieu ... Protestor
Bertrand Roberson Jr. ... Hospital Employee
Kyle Robertson ... Press Photographer #2

Bob Ross ... Court Observer
Jonah Runcorn ... 10 Year Old Boy
Noe Sanchez ... Janitor
Giovanna Silvestre ... Laboratory Employee
Mark Stefanovski ... Military Guard
Shweta Thakur ... Bar Customer
Yoda Ushery ... Restaurant Patron

Bruce Van Patten ... Courtroom Observer

Vitaliy Versace ... Restaurant Patron
Svetco Vladich-Gutierrez ... FBI Agent
Bill Weatherford ... Orderly

Stephen Weese ... Court Room Observer
Jett Patrick Williams ... Adam
Zahra Zaveri ... Bar Customer

Directed by
Robert Dyke 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Walter Koenig  writer

Produced by
Sky Douglas Conway .... producer
Karuna Eberl .... producer
Walter Koenig .... executive producer
James McLean .... producer
Luke McRoberts .... executive producer
Mac McRoberts .... executive producer
Original Music by
Justin R. Durban 
Cinematography by
Jonathan Hall 
Film Editing by
Joyce Brand 
Casting by
Katie Piel 
Production Design by
Kent State 
Costume Design by
Marcia Zigler 
Makeup Department
Scott Conner .... additional makeup artist
Heather Ford .... makeup artist
Heather Mages .... prosthetics designer
Natalie Thimm .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Brent C. Johnson .... production coordinator
Brooks Kephart .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tad Agnew .... first assistant director
Ben Bywater .... second assistant director
Evan Johnson .... second second assistant director: second unit
Ben Kraus .... second assistant director: second unit
Bernard Rasmussen .... first assistant director: second unit
Ryan Turpin .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Meg Pinsonneault .... construction coordinator
Sound Department
Robert Backus .... sound mixer
Michael Crosby .... sound mixer: second unit
Adam Douglass .... boom operator
Brent McClain .... boom operator: second unit
Ralph M. Miller .... sound designer
Special Effects by
Ron Karkoska .... special effects supervisor
Mark Villalobos .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Sarah Char .... main titles design (as Sarah Abrams Char)
Chris Dawson .... visual effects
Matt Lasky .... stunts
Mark Palmer .... stunts assistant
Justin Sundquist .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Brant Beland .... electric
Josh Boggs .... dolly grip
Josh Boggs .... key grip
John Butler .... camera operator
Graham Chart .... additional gaffer
Graham Chart .... best boy electric
Brandon Flohr .... grip
Matt Fore .... director of photography: second unit
Matt Fore .... gaffer
Jimmy Hammond .... second assistant camera
Edwin Kim .... electrician
Richard Ledley .... video assist
Benjamin Longsworth .... camera operator
Robin Mallard .... best boy grip
James Northrup .... first assistant camera
Russell Pinkston .... best boy grip: second unit
David Reed .... grip
Paul Samaniego .... additional best boy electric
Paul Samaniego .... gaffer: second unit
Hunter Sandison .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Torrey Schoerner .... additional gaffer
Joseph Segura .... second assistant camera
Michele K. Short .... still photographer
Austin Lee Smoak .... second assistant camera
Kevin Stewart .... electrician
Ryan Stumpe .... grip
Casting Department
Tena Runcorn .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kayte Sabicer .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Sarah Char .... assistant editor (as Sarah Abrams Char)
Andrew Jewell .... on-line editor
Yasu Tsuji .... colorist
Other crew
Ashley Calendo .... key set production assistant
Ron Karkoska .... puppeteer
Amber Kartes .... craft service
Kristen Kent .... script supervisor
Mark Palmer .... key production assistant
Linda Zaruches .... key office production assistant

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106 min
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Walter Koenig was interviewed by The Bob Rivers Show, KZOK in Seattle, Washington, during which time they discussed the film at length. That interview is available at the Show's website.See more »
[first lines]
Adam Norris:Charlie, Charlie, Charlie!
Eric Norris:We don't have time for Charlie, Adam. Mommy's waiting.
Adam Norris:Charlie, Daddy, please!
Eric Norris:Adam, how many times have you seen Charlie? A hundred times? A million times? A gazillion times?
Adam Norris:Charlie, Charlie, Charlie!
Eric Norris:Okay. You wanna see Charlie?
[He looks out the window to the driveway, where Miriam begins to honk the horn to fetch them]
Miriam Norris:Come on!
Eric Norris:All right, here: Charlie on Red Bull.
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10 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Not What I Expected, Better Than It Could Have Been, 23 December 2009
Author: gavin6942 from United States

A scientist (Richard Hatch) who experiments on lab animals is given a meteorite fragment that contains an alien life form. Unknown to him, it crawls inside his body while he's asleep and due to some interesting scientific stuff, the man becomes pregnant. Although his boss and the Feds want to destroy his offspring, he sees it as his legitimate son and fights to protect it.

There's plenty of cheesy acting from a variety of notable sci-fi faces. At least one character from each "Star Trek" series is in this movie (I dare you to recognize them all). The plot is a bit flaky, and you can question how a man can give birth (they do attempt to explain this). The special effects are good at times, odd at others. The whole Charlie Chaplin thing is pretty weird.

What will disappoint many people is that half of this film is more of a courtroom drama than a science fiction film. There's an alien and all that, but the real focus of the film is debating what is or is not human and whether it has rights or not. Some of the arguments are preposterous and while they hold up in this film would never hold up in real life. The attempt to compare aliens to minorities is weak, ignoring the fact that foreigners are not given the rights of American citizens, and neither are animals. The only chance they can make their case is if they successfully have Ben (the alien) declared the naturally-born son of the main character, which is a stretch.

There's some parallel here to Larry Cohen's "It's Alive", although I'm sure this was not intentional. In that film (or one of its sequels), a father fights for his son's life in court despite most people thinking the kid to be a monster, as his DNA was radically altered by chemicals. That case would be a little easier to make, ignoring the alien aspects and the born from a man thing...

I enjoyed "Inalienable". Do I think it was amazing? No, not really. But it's not bad and worth a watch if you're into science fiction. The writers really put in a serious effort to make this sound plausible, though they clearly don't know how the law works. If you watch SyFy channel movies, which is where you're likely to see this if you don't rent it, this is better than most of the fluff they show.

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