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Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017)

Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017)

Sarah HesterPeter GessweinJed MaheuVince Tula
Andy Fowler


Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017) is a English,Spanish movie. Andy Fowler has directed this movie. Sarah Hester,Peter Gesswein,Jed Maheu,Vince Tula are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017) is considered one of the best Horror,Mystery,Sci-Fi movie in India and around the world.

Four months ago, Morgan Taylor's brother, Hal, and his best friend went missing in a mysterious area of the Mexican desert known as Zona del Silencio. After receiving no help from authorities on either side of the border, Morgan heads south to uncover the truth about their disappearance, strapped with action cameras streaming footage to Hal's Marine Corps squadmate back in the United States. When her vehicle suddenly breaks down just outside the zone, Morgan must traverse the desert alone, enduring intense heat in the daytime and menacing coyotes at night. She eventually locates Hal's campsite and finds a kit filled with memory cards from his camera. The recordings reveal a series of strange noises, eerie lights in the sky, gravitational anomalies, and an extraterrestrial presence in a nearby mountain range. Convinced aliens were responsible for her brother's disappearance, Morgan must decide whether to flee with her life or attempt to expose the otherworldly beings once and for all.


Aliens: Zone of Silence (2017) Reviews

  • Disappointing


    Build up, build up, build up, then . . . .. NOTHING! What is the sense in making a camcorder movie that shows nothing in the end? In the ending sequence, you can't make heads or tails of anything in the light though the images of whatever is in there is transmitted to video. If you want to watch a movie for only its scare value without ever finding out what is scaring people, this stupid movie is for you!

  • Waste of time


    This film could have been made in a 20 minute short and it was the worst lost footage film I've ever seen.Also the film was very frustrating at times because just as you thought you were about to catch a glimpse of something for gods sake anything! There was nothing and thats exactly how this terrible movie ends.

  • Good Effort


    Aliens is a good effort, and also something of a demo of the latest portable technology. It is a found footage contribution to the alien abduction genre, here filmed in the always beautiful Mohave desert and possibly including Alabama Hills or similar. The story line is pretty thin, but some of the audio and visual effects are cool for a small film. Ms. Hester, however, does a great job portraying her character's changing responses to unseen threats. It will be interesting to see what she does next. This is film for followers of the genre and not many others. The sincere effort made by the producers is appreciated.

  • Tired old found film flick


    Would the aliens, witches, and various monsters please abduct the cameras when you torment film students. Please stop with the found film movies. They are boring and mind numbingly boring and predictable. Avoid this movie.

  • I made an account just to review this travesty.


    Once again, a bunch of amateur film students decide to make a film about a lost film, for an audience of film students that should never have been filmed in the first place. First and foremost, these self-filmed style movies can be amazing. This one was far from it. The continuity made absolutely zero sense. Scenes went from practically hyperventilating on camera to completely calm and collected conversations with absolutely zero buildup, or cooldown period at all. There was no rhyme or reason to the hysteria or lack thereof. I can't imagine anyone in a similar situation behaving like this at all. The characters would also freak the absolute hell out over something that wouldn't warrant a second thought in the real world. The directors of this movie must moonlight filming violent porn, because they are REALLY good at forcing scenes. All of this however was honestly a minor flaw in comparison to the rest. While on the topic of styles though, the film interference effects were too much. There's much better, and more subtle ways to simulate video streaming interference that would be far more effective and less irritating to watch. We get it, it's the zone of silence. Cool it with the effects. The intended audience was a far bigger issue because as far as I can tell, this was a movie which intended to be for sci-fi fans, but the director was so disconnected from his audience he ended up making a movie for film students. Let's start with the most obvious problem: The entire damn plot. No, there will be no prisoners taken in this review. So old girl's brother, and friend go missing in the Mexican desert in a location that is known for really weird crap happening, alright, so far so good. The Mexican government doesn't care. Alright, sounds realistic so far. So what is the plan? A) Form a private search party with several friends and relatives, and search the last known location of your brother in hopes of finding clues that may provide answers to his disappearance? B) As a single female, take 800 cameras it out into the middle of the desert, alone, where weird crap is known to happen and people go missing, AND where two able bodied men you know personally have gone missing? I'm sure it'll be okay, it's being streamed on the internet. Internet man will save the day if something happens! If you answered B, then you may just be a delusional film student or director who needs to go camping or do something that doesn't involve making videos every now and then, because no one in their right mind would choose option B. Option B however is exactly what this movie was, and it was a very poor choice indeed. Not only is the entire underlying plot unrealistic, but it seems like absolutely nothing within said terrible plot added up, made sense, or even resembled something that might actually happen... Anywhere... Ever. Exhibit A) The plan once the main character gets to her destination. She sets up extremely advanced camera equipment, laser motion detection, and very triumphantly states "If anything moves, I'll know!" Yeah that's great... Then what? You're in a tent, in the middle of Mexico, and your only contact with the outside world is some voyer we can't QUITE tell if you hired or is a friend. All the camera equipment in the world won't save you from that crap sandwich. This of course ties back into the theory of the film being for film students, because only a film student would think that's somehow an advantageous situation. Without describing the entire movie in detail, some other points do need to be addressed. This section will gloss over them. That's not how metal detection works directors. Try learning the basics about the things you're going to put in your movies. In that same vein, that's not how camping works, you hear weird stuff all the time, and funny enough, about 90% of it is animal mating calls. Not every sound heard deserves a hyperventilation scene. That's also not how missing persons cases work, even in Mexico. For the love of god and all that is holy, no one, and I mean no one would go into a place known for weird stuff and missing people in Mexico alone and unnamed. It just wouldn't happen. The Blaire Witch project is dead, just leave it alone and let it rest in peace, please. This movie, right here, is literally the reason people pirate media. When steaming piles of film student crap are passed off as movies, and you believe you deserve money for it, you're creating a market for piracy. Nobody should have yo spend their hard earned money on a botch job like this. If this were a chicken dinner at a restaurant, I would send it back for being cold and raw. If this were a car repair, I would redeem the warranty on it. If this were a defective electronic, I would return it.


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