Movie Review: Alien Domicile – Preview
Alien Domicile is a low budget movie ($85,000) that can only be described as a cheaper made version of the Alien franchise. Five government contractors wake up to find themselves confined underground at the infamous Area 51. They are forced to confront a sinister government experiment and a horrifying Alien host.
The move stars Elly Brown, Ashley Campbell and Sabrina Cofield, for a movie of its genre and cost to make, it’s not as bad as you would expect, but many low-budget (indie) made movies over the last few years have been getting better and this is one that at first I didn’t think I would enjoy, but after the first 10 minutes or so, I did find myself getting pulled in to the film.
The cinematography in Alien Domicile isn’t all that bad, there are some really nice moments when the lighting etc builds the tension of the scenes as does the camera angles, which all bring this little indie movie to life, the acting in the movie is nothing to scream about, it’s very much low-budget indie movie style, but again this is something that adds to the appeal of the movie and the style that the director has shot the movie and the production of the overall movie.
Alien Domicile is a fun movie that doesn’t really take itself that seriously, the Alien itself is nicely done and I was surprised how it looked if you’re looking for a budget movie and you love to check out independently made movies then is certainly a movie that you may want to check out.
Alien Domicile is released 9th April 2018, is directed by Kelly Schwarze and stars Elly Brown, Ashley Campbell and Sabrina Cofield, it has a running Time: 88 minutes, it will be released on iTunes, Amazon, Rakuten TV, Play, Microsoft, Sky Store, TalkTalk, Vubiquity, BT