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A desperate and totally failed try to copy 'ALIEN'. You want to slap the protagonists permanently in the face for being so, so, so unbelievable stupid - well the good news: they nearly all die! Because..? Yes, you got it! Because of being so unbelievable stupid.
This film is total rubbish. Period.
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