Driving around Roswell, New Mexico it seems the alien culture is alive and well, but taking a closer look, could the town that was created by an un-explianed event really wish it never happened? 197 more words
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John's Horror Corner: Alien Abduction (2014), a found footage horror that uses all the tropes but packs none of the punch.
MY CALL: This movie captures a good idea, but does so very poorly. There are a couple good scenes here but they are largely outweighed by the bad and the very bad. 672 more words
“Are you a male, forty years or older? Are you cranky? Can your libido be visually depicted as a bowl of cold mash potatoes or a sad, and flaccid ancient monument? 943 more words
Matty Beckerman’s directorial debut, Alien Abduction is a the sci-fi/horror film that would have made a great episode of The X-Files. I can imagine Scully rolling her eyes as she follows Mulder into the backwoods of North Carolina while he spouts off his theories about, “The Brown Mountain Lights.” She wouldn’t believe him until weird things started happening, and even then, she’d try to find a rational explanation. 318 more words