“No direction, no understanding, no survival”

Films: Alien-Dawn of Man (2017)

Alias: None

Type: Alien

Location: Cave/Forest

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary:...what even was this movie? We literally only gave it attention because the aliens looked cool. Aside from that, good luck explaining to us why the director decided to put it together like this.

History: From what we can get, an alien invasion decimated Earth. The remnants of civilization went into space, and have traveled to a planet much like ours to activate a spire. If it's activated, supposedly good things will follow. But the people on the planet are as lost as the audience, the people on the ship seem to keep getting into boredom or trouble, and at least one of the people is constantly assaulted by the hostile alien lifeforms here.

Notable Kills: None.

Final Fate: The lady who dealt with the aliens on a daily basis finally gets to the spire and activates it. By that point, she's ended up in a snowy forest where the spire is, and a snow-white alien has her dead to rights. However, she gets ready to fight, the two lock each other in the eyes…and the film ends. Did...DID THEY JUST SERIOUSLY TAKE THE POLORIZING ENDING FROM "THE GREY"?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-Sadly, the CGI is even worse than what is usually allowed for the likes of even the Asylum. It's not too bad in some places, but in most, it is. It sucks because the aliens themselves have some quite intimidating designs. Whomever decided to give these creatures such expressive eyes and a chest-mouth full of blood-red tentacles deserved to be a part of a film with a higher budget and a plotline that drags on like a slug and/or veers off in all directions except forward.

Trivia: Nothing to say here.


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Both really wish they got that good deal on Coruscant.

Time for the best battle eve-THE END.
"My eyes! Where were YOU guys for thousands of years?! Flashing people?!"

Don't look at us. I can't see much either!


"Need...a jacket..."