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Alien Siege (2005)

An advanced race of aliens descends upon Earth with a single goal - the blood of eight million humans to save their own dying planet.


Robert Stadd


Bill Lundy, Paul Salamoff (as Paul J. Salamoff) | 2 more credits »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Brad Johnson ... Dr. Stephen Chase
Erin Ross ... Heather Chase
Lilas Lane ... Blair
Nathan Anderson ... Commander Kor
Michael Cory Davis ... Alex (as Cory Michael Davis)
Gregor Paslawsky Gregor Paslawsky ... Jal
Ray Baker ... The President
Carl Weathers ... General Skyler
George Zlatarev George Zlatarev ... Drom
Vladimir Nikolov Vladimir Nikolov ... Leon Royce
Atanas Srebrev ... Tom (as Nasko Srebrev)
Carl Ed Carl Ed ... Holbrook
Ivan Ivanov Ivan Ivanov ... Dr. Baker
Zarkov Binev Zarkov Binev ... Foster
Julian Vergov ... Holland


Earth is attacked by the Kulkus, a hostile breed infected by a lethal virus and needing human blood to develop an antidote. Earth's governments negotiate peace terms with the Kulku ambassador, giving eight million humans shared between the nations to the invaders and in return they would spare the planet. When Heather Chase, the daughter of the scientist Stephen Chase, is one of the selected, her father fights to save her, joining the resistance force. He proposes to Blair and Alex, the leaders of the resistance, to give his researches with some alien material found in 1947, exchanging for the liberty of his daughter. But Heather is a unique species, having genes that heal the Kulkus, and they do not accept her release. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and Brian McInnis

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Rated R for sci-fi violence | See all certifications »

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The alien weapons are clearly plastic. See more »


Blair: [Pointing a gun at a soldier] I honestly wouldn't move a muscle. I have anger issues I still need to resolve.
[Evil smirk]
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Watchable low budget SCI-FI Flick
25 January 2006 | by wilkesdavidSee all my reviews

My wife and I started to watch this film the other night with the intention of just seeing 10 minutes or so before we went to bed, but ended up watching it all. My wife is definitely not a sci-fi fan (unlike me) but she still enjoyed this.

Yes, the effects are awful (the original series of Star Trek had better) and I would agree with others on how bad some of the acting was (funnily enough you could tell who the evil guys were by how bad their acting was, although even the good guys weren't that much better). However, it was definitely watchable and dare I say it, even mildly enjoyable.

In summary, the kind of film that is worth watching if it happens to be on air and nothing else worth watching is on, but not worth actively seeking out.

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Release Date:

26 February 2005 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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