2019   USA, France Memory: The Origins of Alien
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Director:Alexandre O. Philippe
Studio:Exhibit A Pictures, Milkhaus, Screen Division
Writer:Alexandre O. Philippe
IMDb Rating:6.8 (3,403 votes)
Awards:2 nominations
Genre:Documentary, Biography, History
Duration:95 min
Languages:English, Greek
Alexandre O. Philippe  ...  (Director)
Alexandre O. Philippe  ...  (Writer)
Clarke Wolfe  ...  Self - Sending the Wolfe Podcast
Nicholas Cull  ...  Self - Professor, USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
William Linn  ...  Self - Joseph Campbell Writers' Room @ Studio School
Dan O'Bannon  ...  Self - Screenwriter, Alien
Diane O'Bannon  ...  Self - Wife of Dan O'Bannon
Ben Mankiewicz  ...  Self - Host, Turner Classic Movies
Tim Boxell  ...  Self - Curator, Defiled
H.P. Lovecraft  ...  Self - Writer
S.T. Joshi  ...  Self - Literary Critic, H.P. Lovecraft Expert
Ian Nathan  ...  Self - Author, Alien Vault
John Carpenter  ...  Self - Director, Dark Star
Alejandro Jodorowsky  ...  Self - Director
Ronald Shusett  ...  Self - Executive Producer & Writer, Alien
Gary Sherman  ...  Self - Director, Death Line & Dead & Buried
Carl Zimmer  ...  Self - New York Times Columnist & Author, Parasite Rex
Roger Christian  ...  Self - Art Director, Alien
Henry Jenkins  ...  Self - Provost Professor of Communication, Journalism, Cinematic Arts & Education, USC
Bijan Aalam  ...  Self - H.R. Giger's Friend, Gallerist & Agent for France
Jon Hegel  ...  Composer
Robert Muratore  ...  Cinematographer
Comments: A little repetitive, and a little too much talk about how "great" it is instead of just "it"

But it made me want to re-watch the flick, which I just did. I respect that with stars

Summary: An in-depth voyage into the sci-fi film Alien (1979) with the visionary filmmakers who created it. See how one of the most terrifying movies of all time came to life 40 years ago, inspired by ancient mythology and our universal fe...

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