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Posted - 07/13/2017 :  02:45:36 AM  Show Profile  Visit Richv1's Homepage  Reply with Quote Bookmark and Share


Uncork’d Entertainment’s Alien : Reign of Man invades VOD this August.

Come face to face with a deadly new race of alien in writer-director Justin Price’s frightening new sci-fi horror.

Stranded on a distant planet, a team must fight aliens and activate a machine meant to restore Earth to a time before its downfall. Deanna Grace Congo, Torrei Hart, Khu, and Cameron White star.

From the director of Dark Moon Rising and The Cloth, Alien : Reign of Man on VOD August 1 and DVD November 14.


Full Cast & Crew:

Directed by:

Justin Price

Writing Credits:

Justin Price

Cast (in credits order):
Khu ... Zan
Torrei Hart ... Viceroy

Rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Deanna Grace Congo ... Constance
Cameron White ... Reed

Produced by:

Deanna Grace Congo ... producer

Jennifer George ... line producer

Khu ... producer

Justin Price ... producer

Run Time: 1 hr, 24 min
Rating: 2 out of 5 stars
Comments: We see people on what looks to be an alien planet though nothing is said about it being so. There are two groups of people and one has a creature an alien with them that attacks.
The two women's suits have nice accessories. The special effects light shows are excellent. The women are beautiful as well.
The people are here looking for something to save Earth. How did they get to this alien planet? What is happening on this planet?
The story skips back and forth in time way to much making it really hard to follow. At least it seems like it is in time.
The scenes on the space ship are way to dark you can barely see what is going on.
Things are very slowly explained as the movie goes on. Just enough to keep you interested.
The planet keeps changing adapting the atmosphere for humans. Why?
The movie needed to tell you more about the individual characters so you would care more about what happens to them. People get added to the movie with no explanation as to who they are.
The film has no real star. The final scene focuses on the asian woman and the alien. It never really ends though it just stops. What was the purpose of this movie?

Richard Vasseur
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