Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by Yossarian, Nov 4, 2007.
Not true there was the dog alien hybrid in Aliens 3
3 indeed alludes to the alien to take on characteristics of the host. While they don't specifically say it's a dog it appears to have dog features. Low and behold in the special cut of the Alien box set they show that the alien has been "birthed" from an ox (a space ox?). So is it a dog or an ox?
I've never seen any Aliens movies. Seen AVP. The trailers for the new one looks quite gory.
Never seen Aliens? Well get to rentin! Alien and Aliens are both excellent movies. The later movies were ok, but the first two are must see movies.
AVP was pretty good, even with some stale acting. Not expecting a lot from this sequel.
You're right! You've never seen an Alien movie!
The original Ridley Scott film was excellent! Repeatedly cashing in in the franchise devalues it exponentially...it's too bad you were exposed to the end before the beginning, because you won't feel what we felt when watching it.
It's still a classic, and like a lemming, I will watch anything that has do with it.
I actually hired it today.
Hired? How much are you paying it per hour?
You cannot go wrong with Alien. One of a few rare horror or scifi flicks that you don't have to suspend disbelief which makes it so much more scary. Very tense, great acting.. 3 thumbs up!
2nd to Alien I would pick the 82 version of The Thing as favorite SciFi flick..
That bit with the spider-walking head...
Finally saw this today.
If I was watching it with no idea of the history of both the franchises I guess I'd have said it wasn't that bad apart from the fact that it has no f'ing plot! Arrrgh.
The problem was that I do know what came before this.The Predator time line is fine but humans don't encounter the first 'Aliens' until 2122.
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