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Alien Abduction 2014

2.6 out of 5 stars (25) IMDb 4.8/10

Based on true events, a vacationing family encounters an alien threat whilst holidaying in Brown Mountain, North Carolina.

Starring:
Katherine Sigismund, Corey Eid
Runtime:
1 hour, 25 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director Matty Beckerman
Starring Katherine Sigismund, Corey Eid
Supporting actors Riley Polanski, Jillian Clare, Jeff Bowser, Peter Holden, Walter Phelan, Jordan Turchin, Kelley Hinman, Ben Sharples, Ronald B. Bishop, Daniel Caton, Rick Chambers, Caleb Moody, Joshua P. Warren
Studio Signature Entertainment Ltd
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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I should have known it was going to be rubbish when they tried to convince you it was based on true events and they just happen to find a camcorder with alien footage on it! film based round a typical neurotic American family who scream and shout about everything as one by one the aliens get them. Terrible acting, poor special effects... just a lot of flood lights and noise!!! Not worth watching just like all the rest of the "based on true event, found footage" rubbish that is being produced.
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Yes, it’s another ‘found footage’ film. This time it has aliens in it (as opposed to the typical supernatural entity). Have you ever seen a ‘found footage’ film? You have? Then you probably don’t need to see this one. You probably also don’t even need to read this review, as you’ll probably know/predict everything I’m about to say based on your own knowledge of the genre.

We join our *unwitting* heroes – a family of five on a camping holiday in the middle of nowhere in America – as they pitch tent and generally film (possibly the best ever) footage of UFOs. As with every ‘found footage’ film, we’re (unsubtly) informed of the reason why someone has taken to documenting every single last second of the family vacation. In this case – an autistic boy who likes to film everything. This means that, no matter how many family members are abducted or mutilated, he just keeps on filming regardless – and no one ever seems to tell him to get that flippin’ camera out of their face!

Another problem with ‘found footage’ films is that many – like ‘Alien Abduction’ – tell us at the beginning (and I hope that this isn’t too much of a ‘spoiler’) that the footage was later found by the military. To me, this kind of tells me everything I need to know as to who will or won’t survive this encounter.

So, the aliens come and scare our family. This technologically-advanced race appears to be able to fly light years across the galaxy, yet only seems able to pick off one human one by one. Seriously, they take one family member, then just sort of go away. Now, once they’re satisfied they’ve got one, they return, after allowing the remaining family members to get a little further closer to safety, only to snatch another one.
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A good example of the found footage genre. Things were handled nicely without too many corny shots of the aliens and some decent jumpy moments enhanced by a great use of sound.
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Not a bad film, I heard the director in a interview not not long ago and where the film was made there has been some odd stuff going on for real which helped him with ideas for his film plus like the idea he had for this film the actors had no script they just said what would come to their own minds in making of the film.
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Worst depiction of an alien scientific expedition ever.

See that front cover? That's someone having their spine wrenched out of place while being sucked into the sky.

Thought alien abduction was scary on the concept of being experimented on and taken somewhere unknown, possibly never to return? No, apparently its that aliens can make you THROW YOUR BACK OUT.

Also, what scientist goes around damaging their own specimens? Alien or not, you'd figure that's pretty basic.

The human cast aren't much better. The father yells at his autistic son once, and real peoples' tempers do wear thin over long trips, but that one moment, and maybe one other moment were pretty much the only moments of "authentic" family portrayal.
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Not what I thought it would be... seen through the eye of a young boy with a camcorder. . Bit shaky to give affect.. watched half way through didn't really grab me.. not worth the rental cost...sorry..
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Yawnnnnnnn!! Proof, of it were needed, that the "lost footage" fad is well and truly out of date. Awful acting, dialogue (what there is of it), effects and overuse of shaky hand held filming.
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Don't think anyone could really dream up something like this but it still didn't make any sense, even if ordinary people went missing I sure the local sheriff's office would be looking for one of their own. Bit far fetched. But keep an open mind !!!!!!!
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