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I've read many of the other comments on this film because I saw it with some people and one really loved it and one really hated it and I was kind of in between. It actually got us all talking because we are big Alien fans and we love the world of Star Fleet and Babylon 5 and Doctor Who and so we were trying to compare them all and this film came up as one of the best ideas and one of the worst looking ones. And finally we figured out that it was just done on the cheap. And when we realized that we all liked it a lot more.
I love Night of the Living dead and Pink Flamingos and Blair Witch and they were all done on the cheap. I was never like "oh, that's corned beef that their eating not human flesh" or "hey that acting is really amateurish" because the films were really compelling and I couldn't let a costume flaw stand in the way.
Alien Abduction is not the great ground breaking film that it could have been if it had more money behind it. But it certainly was original enough and scary enough and interesting enough to watch, maybe even more than once. And the lead actress was good. I say "go for it".
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