Noah Miller’s pitch for Alien : Alone was really, really simple. “The Orm: W-Y Mining Vessel, derelict 1811 days, quickly deteriorating. HOPE: Hyperdine GR-122 Synthetic Unit, left behind, searching for a purpose. The Specimen: A recently hatched facehugger with no prey.” Of course there was a bit more to it, but let’s go back a […]

Alien: Harvest puts us right into the thick of things from its opening shot. Four crew members walk cautiously down a ship’s corridors, a lone motion tracker at the ready. One of the four is pregnant with a child, only adding to the urgency of the scene. The four move about the ship in an […]

Alien: Alone is a sort of “Captain’s Log” short, which is mostly narrated by the ship’s lone occupant, Hope, who has been isolated on the crumbling vessel for an entire year. She spends her days drawing pictures, counting the metal workings in the corridors, and other monotonous tasks. However, there remains one area on the […]

Alien: Containment is the claustrophobic stuff of nightmares we’ve come to expect from the beloved Alien franchise. Four Weyland-Yutani employees, WARD, NASS, ALBRECHT, and MILLS, are stranded aboard the life boat of their now decimated ship, and must struggle to keep their sanity after barely escaping a mysterious “outbreak.” But of course, any one of […]