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Alien Abduction/UFO Movies. 1. Fire in the Sky (1993) PG-13 | 109 min | Biography, Drama, Fantasy. 2. Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977) 3. Communion (1989) 4. Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (1998 TV Movie) 5. Intruders (1992– )
Alien Abduction Movies. 1. Area 51 (2015) R | 91 min | Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi. 2. 51 (2011) 3. Report 51 (2013) 4. Unidentified (II) (2013) 5. Unaware (I) (2010)
An alien creature impregnates a woman who gives birth to a man that was abducted by aliens three years ago. The man reconnects with his wife and son for a sinister purpose. Director: Harry Bromley Davenport | Stars: Philip Sayer , Bernice Stegers , Danny Brainin , Maryam d'Abo
May 01, 2014 · Alien Abduction: Directed by Matty Beckerman. With Katherine Sigismund, Corey Eid, Riley Polanski, Jillian Clare. A vacationing family encounters an alien threat in this thriller based on the real-life Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon in North Carolina.
- Matty Beckerman
- Not Rated
- 2 min
- Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977) Following the financial success of Jaws, director Steven Spielberg took the risky step of remaking Firelight, a small low-budget movie he’d directed when he was just 16.
- Flight Of The Navigator (1986) A kind of junior Close Encounters, Flight Of The Navigator was Disney’s family-friendly rendering of an alien abduction story.
- Communion (1989) Christopher Walken turns in an extraordinary, bizarre performance as author Whitley Strieber, in this adaptation of the writer’s apparently real account of extraterrestrial visitation.
- Fire In The Sky (1993) Where Communion treated its character’s experiences ambiguously, allowing the audience to draw its own conclusions, director Robert Lieberman’s Fire In The Sky treats its events as absolute fact.