Cinema | (15) | 116 minutes |
30th March 2019

Forty years on, Alien remains the greatest sci-fi-horror franchise of all time, with its classic status confirmed each year. The Alien phenomenon begins on the Nostromo, when the crew are automatically woken from stasis to investigate an unexpected transmission from a nearby moon. A terrifying creature is soon on board picking the crew off one by one, and Sigourney Weaver’s Ripley must step up and try to save the day. With HR Giger’s incredible imagining of the alien, and great writing by Dan O’Bannon, there’s nothing quite like seeing Alien on the big screen.
Just remember: in space, no one can hear you scream.


30th March 2019


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