The alien criminal from the first movie is dead, but he left a few eggs which are hatching now. The good alien, who still inhabits Tom Beck's body, has been waiting just in case this ...
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The alien criminal from the first movie is dead, but he left a few eggs which are hatching now. The good alien, who still inhabits Tom Beck's body, has been waiting just in case this happened. Unfortunately, his presence in the body has taken a terrible toll on it, draining it of life energy. Additionally relations with Beck's daughter Juliet (now a cop) have deteriorated. But when the killing starts again, they will need to work together to stop the new generation of aliens.Written by
Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>
The entire opening 15 minutes of the movie (except for some shots of a dog becoming "infected" by the alien parasite) are the final 15 minutes of The Hidden (1987). See more »
The good guy is shooting a 9mm at the alien the kitchen. When he runs out of ammo, he pulls the trigger twice and the hammer falls on an empty chamber twice. Note also that the slide doesn't lock back. That's not how a 9mm works. See more »
I AIN'T WHAT YOU NEED
Written by Ron Marshall
Produced by Ron Marshall & Doyle Grisham
Big Ram Publishing
Courtesy of MBS Records See more »
Unmake this movie, oh Movie Gods!
This just may be the worst movie I've ever seen. Sequels usually don't live up to the original movies, but I sure didn't expect this. I can't think of enough words to describe it--awful, ghastly, horrible, hideous, monstrous. It has nothing to recommend it "The Hidden" was a stylish and intelligent thriller. Somebody should find a way to retro-abort this thing.
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