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Director Ridley Scott's breakthough film, an immensely successful blend of horror and science fiction, is a classic in both genres and spawned a host ...
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ProAtmosphere, Creature, Effects, Characters, Acting
ConsHas been ripped off that often it may seem a bit f...
ProWell-acted, the scenes involving the alien, an all...
ConsToo long, depressing, draggy, stark, bleak and col...
ProStory, Acting, Visual Effects, Everything
ProGreat sci-fi horror
ProTense and atmospheric with good use of suspense
ProA great refreshing re-release at a pretty good pri...
ProA true masterpiece of sci-fi horror which will nev...
ConsWill probably affect you for life
ProPrecision, acting, FX, suspense and music, alien d...
Proa fantastic looking and atmospheric film
Consnot for the faint hearted
ConsI prefer the sequel
ProOriginal, Cast/Characters, 'That Scene', Set Desig...
ProOne of the scariest films ever made. Atmosphere y...
ConsNo depth of characterisation.
ProIt's the original..got to watch em
ConsBig scary ugly Alien
ProIT DOESN'T GET BETTER THAN THIS
DVD Region: DVD
Release date: 23/04/2007, 15/05/2000
No of Discs: 2, 1
Catalogue No: 2522501054, 01090 DVD
Barcode: 5039036030069, 5039036001199
Screenwriter: Walter Hill, Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett, David Giler
Executive Producer: Gordon Carroll, Walter Hill, David Giler
Studio(s): 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment; Deluxe Video Service - Fox
Set Designer: Ian Whittaker
Cinematographer: Derek Vanlint
Costume Designer: John Mollo, H. R. Giger, Roger Dicken
Production Designer: Michael Seymour
Special Effects: Carlo Rambaldi, Bernard Lodge
Producer: Ronald Shusett, Gordon Carroll, Walter Hill, David Giler
Author: Dan O'Bannon, Ronald Shusett, Walter Hill, David Giler
Editor: Terry Rawlings, Dan O'Bannon, Peter Weatherly
Composer: Jerry Goldsmith
Main Language: English
Hearing Impaired Language: English
Subtitle Language: Czech, Danish, English, Finnish, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish
Special Features: Theatrical And Directors Cut Of The Film, Directors Introduction To 2004 Version Of The Film, Ridley Scott And Crew Commentary On Theatrical Version, Featurettes, First Draft Screenplay, 2 Pre Production Galleries Art Of Alien Screentest Footage, Art Of Alien Portrait Galleries, Production Documentary Fear Of The Unknown, Production Gallery Featurette The Darkest Reaches Nostromo And Alien Planet, 15 Production Galleries, The Eight Passenger Creature Design Documentary, 6 Sets Of Alien Galleries, Chestburster Gallery, Future Tense Music And Editing Documentary, 7 Deleted Scenes, Outward Bound Visual Effects Featurette, A Nightmare Fulfilled Reaction To The Film Featurette
Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, 2.0 Surround
Dubbing Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 Wide Screen, 16:9 Wide Screen
Review: With the visuals and soundtrack given a wax and polish job for the big screen, Scott’s masterful use of shadows, framing and sound has never been more terrifying. No matter how many times you’ve seen this, you’ll still be hiding behind your fingers at every conceivable juncture. (Empire, 2011-10-28)<br><br>
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