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  1. Decoys, on the other hand, attempted to combine the conservative sex farce of the 1980s with the science-fiction horror best exemplified by 1979's Alien. When done correctly, this kind of genre blend can inherit the strengths of its ingredients and go to glory, as was the case with 1986's Aliens.

  2. Decoys (film) - Wikipedia › wiki › Decoys_(film)

    Decoys is a 2004 science fiction horror film directed by Matthew Hastings, and written by Tom Berry and Hastings. The cast included Kim Poirier and Nicole Eggert. It was filmed in Ottawa, Ontario and originally broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel. A sequel, Decoys 2: Alien Seduction, was released in 2007.

    • $84,733
    • Daryl Bennet, Jim Guttridge
    • $5 million
    • February 27, 2004
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  4. Decoy | Alien Wiki | Fandom › wiki › Decoy

    "World domination? One dick at a time?!!" Luke Callahan interrogates Lilly Benson. ADecoyis a reptiloid creature depicted in the 2004 sci-fi horror filmDecoysas well as its sequel. Originating from anice planetlocated in or around the Belt of Orion, the Decoys - whose real name was never elaborated upon - left their homeworld intent on recolonizingEarth. 1 Background 2 Characteristics 3 Powers ...

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    It's just one of the most embarrassing alien mating scenes ever. Yes, the evil aliens in Decoys (and Decoys 2) mate by sticking their tentacles down a human male's throat and then impregnating him...

  6. Decoy | Alien Species | Fandom › wiki › Decoy
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    From what little was revealed of their planet's population, their gene pool has shrunk so rapidly that all males of the race have died out. The exact cause for this deficiency was never explicitly stated, although it is possible that a defect in their evolution may have occurred.

    In human form, Decoys generally take on an appearance that fits the feminine ideal of most male adolescence. The one commodity in their human appearance is that their hair is always blonde, with only one exception. Their only physical differentiation when compared to humans is a lack of a navel, as their species does not require umbilical cords to give birth. Infant Decoys appear as a crustacean creature. During the birthing process, the offspring crawls out of the father's mouth after a 3 day gestation period. This, however, is not the case in Decoys 2: Second Seduction, in which case a full human-Decoy hybrid appears as a large, aggressive, worm-like creature with glowing red eyes, tentacles and a full set of fangs.

    Due to the cryogenic conditions in which their species evolved as well as their overall genetic makeup as reptiloids, the Decoys did exhibit several inhuman characteristics ranging from overt mutations while in their native form to subtle enhancements while in their human guises. In general, Decoys are shown to be noticeably stronger as well as considerably more lithe than humans while in their native form. It isn't shown whether human skin limits their power, but they are shown to be able to rip and toss a metal door off its hinges with their bare hands. 1. Limited Telepathy: Decoys displayed a degree of telepathic communication most noticeably in the second film; their eyes flashing to signify their connection. This power also extended to a degree of mind-reading, able to look into the thoughts of their mate to discern their deepest sexual fantasies. 2. Limited Shape-Shifting: Decoys can assume a human form by secreting a skin-like membrane from their backs that cocoons their bodi...

    Intense Heat: As a race native to an ice world, Decoys must keep their body temperatures at exceedingly low-levels approaching zero. While they can endure room temperature without any ill-affect, a...

    Although no examples of extraterrestrial technology were demonstrated in the films, it is alluded to that - being an intelligent breed capable of interplanetary traversal - that they possess technology that is at least more sophisticated than what is currently available on Earth. 1. Interstellar Travel: As a warp-capable people, the Decoys do possess the technology necessary to surpass light-speed and travel in-between star systems and even whole constellations. They were able to travel from their home planet and traverse through roughly eight-hundred light years to reach Earth. 2. Perfected Cloning: As shown with the Decoy Constance Snowden, the Decoys are far more learned and precise in their knowledge of cloning. Snowden was able to create a perfectly healthy clone of herself. The exact purpose of clones in their society was never alluded to, beyond serving as substitutes.

  7. High Strangeness: Betty Hill's Navel › 2014 › 10

    Correctly interpreted, it is an overhead shot of the alien surgical theatre which reveals some of the architecture of the saucer. Dominant in the image is a large tubular beam or conduit connecting the ceiling to the floor. It bears a marked stylistic similarity to the needle being used in the implanting operation. A confusion is invited.

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