posted on Mar, 28 2012 @ 08:02 PM
All righty zen, I just saw this movie for the first time.
In short, it is about taped sessions with patients who may have been abducted by extraterrestrial beings.
There are a few twists to it, which I did like. And I enjoyed seeing Mila Jojovich in a different role other than her Resident Evil parts. I do like
this actress. I actually didn't recognize her in this film since I was used to seeing he in the Resident Evil movies.
But here's what I didn't like about the movie: whenever something serious was about to happen, the video would just go to static and all we'd get
is the audio. This is my biggest complaint about the movie. I want to see what's happening dammit.
Now here's the clincher.
Nothing really smacked of alien abduction.
Everything smacked of demonic possession.
One good example of this is on one cassette recording was a distorted voice speaking ancient Sumerian.
You see, there is a Christian chain of thought that claims that UFOs are actually demonic entities deceiving people into thinking they are aliens. For
a better explanation of this, I'd recommend listening to Chuck Missler's "A Christian perspective On UFOs".
Overall, it's not a bad movie, and I liked the twist ending, but I hated the camera cutting out to static when something happened. I want to see
what's happening. I want to see what they see. The audio is interesting, but inconclusive. Video is more conclusive.
So I give this movie a C.