After a mysterious blackout, a son goes out to investigate and captures footage of actual aliens. When the aliens follow him and his brothers back to their home, all hell breaks loose. Director: Dean Alioto | Stars: Benz Antoine, Kristian Ayre, Gillian Barber, Michael Buie Votes: 3,278
May 01, 2014 · A vacationing family encounters an alien threat in this thriller based on the real-life Brown Mountain Lights phenomenon in North Carolina.
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- Fire in The Sky
Based on the book of the same name by Whitley Strieber, Communion focuses on the struggles of the author himself, played by Christopher Walken, to come to terms with the possibility that he and his family may have been visited by aliens during a secluded winter vacation. Communion is a highly visual affair; Strieber cannot decide if what he’s seeing are just hallucinations and dreams, or if the entities are the real deal. Once Strieber finally seeks help from professionals, his involvement in the ordeal begs the question: What do the beings want? The book, which presents Strieber’s musings on the subject of his alien experiences, was published in 1987. Within its pages are Strieber’s discussions and hypnotic sessions with a well-known UFO researcher named Budd Hopkins, Strieber’s own recollections of possibly earlier otherworldly encounters, and contemplation about the spiritual nature of the alien beings. Communion takes some liberties with the subject matter, but seeing it for you...
This television miniseries based on Budd Hopkins’ 1987 book Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods plays upon the audience’s fear of home invasions, but takes it to a whole new level when Lesley Hahn, played by Daphne Ashbrook, begins to believe the invaders may not have been human. Also experiencing similar paranormal activity is Mary Wilkes, played by Mare Winningham. Both Hahn and Wilkes seek solid answers for the causes of their trauma, and that’s where psychiatrist Dr. Neil Chase, played by Richard Crenna, believes he can help. Moving at a slower pace, Intruders gives us some insight into the psychological effects of alien abduction, considering both the people who are directly involved in the encounter and those who are close to the abductee. Although quite different from its source material in some regards, Intruders respectfully keeps the thoughts and feelings of the abductees at the center of attention, and similar to the book, reinforces the idea that perhap...
Travis Walton’s documented experiences in his 1978 book The Walton Experience served as Fire in the Sky’s basis, which is different from other alien abduction films in that its plot revolves around the lives of Walton’s friends and co-workers, who were present at his abduction in the woods of Northeastern Arizona, and were blamed for his disappearance. Walton’s friend, Mike Rogers, played by Robert Patrick, leads Fire in the Sky’s dramatic story of a few men who witnessed something they could not explain, and yet were the only ones who could potentially make the world believe in the unbelievable. An important aspect to note is that Fire in the Sky’s depiction of Walton’s experience inside the alien spacecraft, which was altered at the studio’s request, is vastly different from his own description in The Walton Experience. That being said, Fire in the Sky is not a pure representation of the book’s content, but there is so much detail in Walton’s second book on the subject, Fire in th...
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
- The UFO Incident (1975) One of the first cases of alien abduction on record — and arguably the most famous — is that of Betty and Barney Hill, a middle-aged couple who encountered a UFO on the night of 19 September 1961 while driving late at night in New Hampshire.
- Communion (1989) Whitley Strieber’s 1987 book about his claimed encounters with non-human entities was an instant bestseller, and, to date, has sold more than two million copies worldwide.
- Intruders (1992) 1987 saw the publication of Budd Hopkins’ Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods. The book investigated the claims of a number of alleged alien abductees, but was more specifically concerned with the case of Debbie Jordan-Kauble (known in the book as “Kathie Davis”).
- Fire in the Sky (1993) In 1975, Travis Walton, a logger from Snowflake, Arizona, famously claimed to have been taken aboard a flying saucer and to have interacted with two different species of aliens.
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Jan 16, 2012 · " The Fourth Kind "- Released in 2009, "The Fourth Kind" is an alien abduction film loosely based on real life events in Nome, Alaska. Nome, Alaska became well-known for the mysterious disappearance of 24 people between the 1960s and 2004, which caused the FBI to investigate. The FBI concluded that most of the disappearances were alcohol related.
May 31, 2021 · Fire in the Sky is a film released in 1993 that depicted the true events that Travis Walton himself had disputed, when he claimed to have been kidnapped by aliens at the age of 22 in 1975. Unfortunately, while not all that many viewers saw his story when it was released during the same time frame as Jurassic Park and Nightmare Before Christmas, which resulted in a fairly poor box office performance, to say the least.
A classic alien abduction movie that convinced almost everyone that it was a genuine dramatization of actual events, stirred up quite a bit of Internet storm. The movie claims to be narrating true incidents that happened in Nome, Alaska, where a string of disappearances is blamed on alien abductions.
This truly could be the first real video (taken by a security camera) showing an actual alien abduction captured on film! Please leave your thoughts!
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