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Creepy Trailer Released For Alien Saga Short Films

Things are about to get freaky.

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It has been 40 years since the release of the first ‘Alien’ film. Therefore, what creepy tribute is Fox planning to commemorate such a cinematic masterpiece?

6 brand new short films made by 6 different filmmakers will be available for viewing from early May. A trailer has been released showing some footage of the new shorts. Throughout the trailer, there is this creepy, monotonous voice saying “emergency”. Therefore, developing a sense of urgency. The anticipation is already high!

We also see the iconic replications of things that made ‘Alien’ creepy. The images of the aliens moving inside the human hosts, it is definitely something we are set to be creeped out by again! Furthermore, Cinema has come a long way in 40 years, so we are excited to see the developments in the CGI and special effects used within these short films.

550 amateur filmmakers applied for the chance to work on this project. However, this has been whittled down to just 6 and we cannot wait to see what they bring to the franchise.

Want something equally creepy? Check out the latest info on the next season of Stranger Things!

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