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Meet 5000 space aliens in 5000 seconds.
Ridley Scott's fabulously frightening grimy spaceship classic.
The door of time opens between the swordsman who wants to seize the legendary divine sword at the end of the Goryeo Dynasty and those who chase after an alien prisoner imprisoned in a human body in 2022.
Ancient Taoists and aliens travel through time and space in an effort to obtain a crystal blade which could determine the future of the Earth.
Ripley is back in another alien-killing spree.
A crazy scientist is on a quest to create a new, immaculate, androgynous being.
The story of the Dorset Bus Drivers whose amateur dramatics group created a serious stage adaptation of the science fiction horror classic Alien and ended up performing in London's West End.
Nine-disc DVD offers two versions of each of the four Alien sc-fi fright flicks, with bonus extras.
Alien vs Predator, with man in the middle.
Kids take on an alien invasion.
Another monster mash up.
Fictionalised retelling of the alien autopsy hoax film.
A spaceship full of colonists check out another planet where man eating monsters are starving for fresh meat
Groups of Wild West settlers, outlaws and native tribespeople have to band together when faced with an alien threat.
A toothy alien horror goes on the rampage.
Welsh alien abduction / invasion leads to death by combine harvester
A guide to theories of alien contact with Earth.
Can a British journalist hack it in the New York world of a fashion magazine.
Lonely hearts meet for Italian lessons in a small Danish town.
A group of soldiers holds out against alien invaders.
The untold origin story behind Ridley Scott’s Alien – rooted in Greek and Egyptian mythologies, underground comics, the art of Francis Bacon, and the dark visions of Dan O’Bannon and HR Giger.
A woman's brush with a meteor supersizes her and soon, she finds herself and a team of other monsters taking on a bad guy from outer space.
Every little moment Samyuktha Vijayan on getting real about transition in Blue Sunshine
'I think, through the screen, we can gain a truthful reality' Dāvis Sīmanis on the cyclical nature of history and why we need to learn from it in Maria's Silence
Some form of melancholy Aylin Tezel on exploring intersecting journeys in Falling Into Place
Turning up the heat Sean Garrity, Jonas Chernick and Sara Canning on The Burning Season
'President' Dolan returns to Cannes Director 'humbled and honoured' to head Un Certain Regard jury
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