The Beast Within: The Making of 'Alien'

The Beast Within: The Making of 'Alien'

This made-for-DVD documentary treats horror and science fiction film fans to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Alien, the terrifying classic about a spaceship crew trapped with a ...

This made-for-DVD documentary treats horror and science fiction film fans to a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Alien, the terrifying classic about a spaceship crew trapped with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nicole G (jp) wrote: Interesting film on the beginning of the AIDS crisis for gay men in the early 80's and how it was a hard pressed point to get them to use protection. It was VERY interesting to see all the misconceptions about AIDS at the beginning when we knew very little about the disease. Its really amazing how far we have come with this disease, but a reminder that we still have far to go.....

Julie M (fr) wrote: il faut s'accrocher pour entrer dans cette relation mre-fils trs sp (C)ciale.

Loreno R (nl) wrote: Coming of age and coming out story set in the 80's, very well acted and directed. Chris Stafford and Tina Holmes manage to deliver pretty sweet and genuine performances. Stephanie McVay, who plays the mum, is brilliant and so well casted. Story, even not being out of this world, is pretty genuine and well developed. Honest and entertaining. Definitely worth watching.

Brian C (de) wrote: A shocking and visually stunning film. A must-see, but not for the faint of heart.

Sam M (br) wrote: The roots of the Coen brothers, and they're bloody tough.

Evan J (ru) wrote: A boy who dreams of a world without wars or traffic accidents, thinks he gets his wish when he and his friend stumble upon a space ship and are soon whisked away to another planet. But soon they find themselves confronted by a pair of brain eating woman and Guiron, their knife faced guard monster who is more than a little partial toward dismemberment. But don't worry Gamera is here to save the children, when he isn't flying around, doing gymnastics or just taking a nap.

Ian R (kr) wrote: This is a really good update of Yasujiro Ozu's A Story of Floating Foods, however personally I prefer the original black and white and silent version.

Paulo C (fr) wrote: This movie is the best in science fiction. Ridley Scott in 1979 created a film with imagined technologies far beyond its time.