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  • For those who are into their horror films I think you would love this film, not exactly for the faint hearted but it was good, the parts that did not freak me out too much

    • by Jebb
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      I went to see this film with a bunch of my friends. We had seen the advert and thought it looked quite good.

      The film is based on true events which takes it to a scarier level. The majority of the film is re-enacted however it shows a lot of real footage as


      well, they show both by splitting the screen. It is based in Nome, in Alaska. It is based on abduction and aliens with something happening to people living in this area.

      There are also parts of an interview played in the film as well, it is the director interviewing the therapist, Dr Emily ...


      • Brown. You can see that something has happened to this woman, she looks like she hasn’t slept in years and she is very thin and pale.

        The real footage is extremely scary, there is one part when a man is possessed and is lying on a bed and he begins to rise

        into the air whilst screaming. One particularly scary part is when Dr Brown is possessed and she starts shaking and screaming.

        For those who are into their horror films I think you would love this film, not exactly for the faint hearted but it was good, the parts that did not freak me out too much.




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