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The Area 51 Incident
Alien Abduction / Area 51 Outbreak

UK 2022
produced by
Rhys Frake-Waterfield, Scott Jeffrey, Keith Leopard (executive) for Dark Abyss Productions
directed by Rhys Frake-Waterfield
starring Scott Jeffrey, Toby Wynn-Davies, Megan Purvis, Sian Altman, Heather Jackson, Matthew Baunsgard, Susan Lee Burton, Sam Sharma, Peter Jeffries, Derek Miller, Spencer Austin, James Kirk, Mike Kelson, Chris Cordell, Andrew Rolfe, Nikki Wright
written by Tom Jolliffe, Rhys Frake-Waterfield, Scott Jeffrey, music by Enrico Cacace, Rhys Frake-Waterfield, special effects makeup by Jodie Holman, visual effects by Paul Ralph, Steve Clarke, Paul Knott

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's young Jenny (Megan Purvis) and Trent's (Scott Jeffrey) first day at their internship on the top secret British Area 51 scientific facility, run as it happens by Trent's dad Doug (Toby Wynn-Davies), where scientists and military presently study a portal/wormhole to another dimension. And just as Jenny and Trent are shown the portal, something comes through: Deadly monsters with apparently only one raison d'être, to kill. Thing is, these creatures are hard to kill themselves, and before you know it, they have taken out pretty much everyone at Area 51, and it's a small miracle that Jenny, Trent and Doug have actually managed to escape. They make it to a military bunker, where the place's commander Peter (Derek Miller) is less than happy to take them, and also Trent's mum Lori (Susan Lee Burton), soldier in civvies Colt (Peter Jeffries) and party girls Elaine (Sian Altman) and Helen (Heather Jackson) in, but then again he cannot let them die out there. Thing is that Helen has been bitten by one of the creatures, which of course she doesn't tell the others, but slowly she's turning into a highly infectuous zombie and starts to attack the others. Unaware of that, Doug and two soldiers travel across town to fetch Jenny's parents and bring them to safety. But Jenny's parents they can't find, only a zombie (Chris Cordell) and a score of the creatures. And while the soldiers are promptly killed, Doug is bitten by the zombie and in his state leads the creatures back to the bunker, to let them in to feed on the living ...


Now in terms of originality, The Area 51 Incident might not score terribly high, as it's basically a blend of Alien, Aliens, The Thing, any number of old school zombie movies, and even a bit of Stargate, but what the film is good at is pretty much everything else: The script is tight, it's tightly directed, finding the perfect balance between suspense, jump scares and gruesomeness, the cast is relatable, as are the characters they play, and the creatures actually look better than in most modest budget movies and have a spark of originality to them. So in all, this is just a really entertaining piece of genre cinema.


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