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Alien Lockdown (2004)

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When an ancient alien life force that has lain dormant for centuries awakens with a hunger for human life, it's up to an elite SWAT team lead by a fierce but beautiful assassin to save humankind from a fate beyond pain and death. For centuries, the extraterrestrial menace has waited for the moment when the evolution of human knowledge would unlock its deadly potential, and when a brilliant scientist finally breaks the genetic code, a horde of mutant creatures begins to spawn the ultimate killing machine. Deep within the confines of a top-secret military installment, a small army of determined soldiers attempts to exterminate the bloodthirsty beast, but with each life it takes, the creature grows ever more powerful. Is it possible that humankind's position on the evolutionary food change has finally been challenged?
Rating:
R
Genre:
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Studio:
First Look Pictures

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Cast

John Savage
as Woodman
James Marshall
as Charlie
Martin Kove
as Col. Anslow
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½

Fairly vapid sci-fi. Mad scientist creates, with the help of an ancient stone and his own DNA, an unstoppable life force then does everything in his power to thwart the government efforts to destroy the project. The life force looked suspiciously Predator-like in the face. No creativity was involved in the making of this movie.

Don Schick
Don Schick
½

Generic sci-fi monster fare with Alien rip-offs all around. The alien itself isn't too silly looking, but not on camera long enough to enjoy. The characters are dull, the action is overdone, and it ends as predicted.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad
½

Never before have I seen such an intensely blatant and unapologetic rip off of another movie. The 'Alien' franchise has never looked so bad. Really, this film is a testament to 'Alien', as it shows just how horrible it could have been. The acting is at an all time low, and nothing else is much better as the production values, script, effects and direction are low grade even for this kind of made for TV slop. I do have to say that it at least entertained me in its awfulness, but only because it sucked so much.

Julian Toepfer
Julian Toepfer

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