A history of alien movies and aliens is here.
As I wrote a couple of weeks ago, the genre is in decline, but a lot of great sci-fi films are still available.
If you’re interested in finding out how the genre developed, this is a great place to start.
For starters, the history of the genre spans many decades, beginning with a 1960s classic of the same name by Robert Aldrich and John Carpenter.
This movie, Alien, stars Tom Hanks and is about a spaceship that crashes on an alien world.
The original Alien was released in 1965, and it’s been adapted into dozens of films, including two sequels, Alien 3 and Aliens Resurrection.
But in the last decade or so, many sci-flicks have tried to adapt the original film for audiences outside of the U.S. In 2012, Universal released Alien: Resurrection, which had been based on a story by writer-director James Cameron.
The film starred Sigourney Weaver, and many of the original actors, including Tom Hank and Billy Crudup, reprised their roles.
But that wasn’t the end of the story.
Since then, numerous other adaptations have been released, and the Alien franchise has become a bona fide hit.
But what’s the deal with this genre?
I spoke with Joel Simon, an associate professor of history at Loyola Marymount University, about the history and evolution of this film-loving phenomenon.
The History of the Alien Franchise According to Simon, Alien was one of the first sci-fu films ever made.
It was the first of a series of movies, each of which took place on a planet that was inhabited by aliens.
There were two films: Aliens, which is the most famous, and Aliens 2, which was based on the book Aliens: First Contact.
These two movies are the only ones of their kind in the history.
At the time, the first film was based off the work of David Cronenberg, who also directed Alien.
Cronenberg was also working on the first Alien sequel, Alien Resurrection.
In this one, Hanks played Ripley, and a couple others, including James Cameron, starred.
But the film was the least successful of the two.
In fact, Cronenberg ended up selling the rights to the film to Universal.
So it’s not the first time Universal has attempted to adapt a film.
In 2001, Universal tried to remake the movie Alien 2 for American audiences.
This time, it was a reboot of the franchise.
The first film, Aliens, was also based on David Cronberg’s novel, Alien.
In 2007, the sequel, Aliens: Redemption, was released.
This sequel is based on another Cronenberg book, Aliens Resurrection, and features some of the most iconic aliens in the Alien universe, including Ripley and the Ripley clones.
But Universal has since had difficulty finding an American distributor for the movie.
And while Aliens: Resurrection was the most successful Alien film to date, it also took in less money than Alien Resurrection did.
This is partly because the film’s budget was lower, according to Simon.
And Universal had other ideas.
In 2009, the company released Alien Resurrection: The Complete Guide, which has a new trailer and has a longer version of the film.
Simon says the Alien genre is “very much alive” and there are plenty of examples of successful adaptations of the classic films.
The Alien franchise is still popular in the U, and Simon says there are “more and more” of them available for audiences to see.
But as the sci-Fi and fantasy genres become more popular, Simon says he hopes there will be more “realistic adaptations” of the classics.
For example, he says, there are more films being made now based on science fiction and fantasy stories, like the first two Alien movies.
And if you’re a fan of the 1980s and ’90s Alien movies, Simon suggests, you might want to give Alien Resurrection a try.