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The special effects are somewhat familiar, with the reinterpreted gray aliens of X-Files fame taking on the gaping maws and blank black eyes of the Vicious Brothers’ asylum ghosts.
The last half hour or so will likely be the worst part of the whole thing, as in the most unnerving and the lowest quality.
There’s a lot going on here with very little in the way of explanation; it’s almost torture porn in a way, in that it focuses on doing something horrible to someone for an extended period of time with little in the way of connection to the plot. And the sneaky quality of the five minutes or so is a low blow. Special features include a commentary track and a set of audio options, your choice of English or Spanish subtitles, a set of deleted scenes, a making of featurette, and trailers for “The Babadook,” “Dark Summer,” “Alien Outpost,” and “Extraterrestrial.” “Extraterrestrial” is a terrifying, thrilling romp that repeatedly punches its viewer in the spirit, particularly in the last half hour.
Oh, and anyone who ever wondered what an anal probing might have looked like, hold on to your lunch, because you’re going to see it. Those prepared for the ending’s downer nature should do nicely here, enjoying the thrills, but those who can’t stand an unhappy ending are advised to stay well clear of this thrill ride with a heavy scoop of tragedy.
is a documentary series which marks the 75th anniversary of the 999 system in the UK.