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Aliens vs Predator R- Bloodbath for x-mas- 1st five min are up to watch.


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This should be much better than the first, considering the folks who took on this project have gone back and retrieved all the designs and artwork from the first alien movies..

... this one is supposed to be much darker and have a very solid R rating...

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This should be much better than the first, considering the folks who took on this project have gone back and retrieved all the designs and artwork from the first alien movies..

... this one is supposed to be much darker and have a very solid R rating...

The brothers have said that there will be 8 extra min added to the dvd that would have pretty much pushed this to an nc-17 film. :) Im looking for stupid good fun from this one.

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I want to see humans involved in this.

Hire Arnold to play a retired Marine general who saves the world from Alien/Predator hybrid creatures.

In the end, let the Predators and humans become friends.

I wouldn't mind if they bring in the Tranformers robot story into this.

The autobots come to help humans, and the decepticons come to help the Aliens.

But in this one, let Optimus prime die trying to kill the Predator/Alien hybrid queen.

If this is going to be a rated R or NC-17, give us some nudity from that girl from tranformers. It would be a bonus if they show her performing sexual acts, show everything, no softcore BS.

I prefer they don't do some japanese stuff where humans engage in sexual activities with Aliens or robots. Keep it within each race. Show some glimpse of how Aliens and Predators and Tranformers mate, but thats it, nothing serious.

I wouldn't mind if there are some Terminators send from the future by John Connor to protect Shia Lebeau and the girl.

Throw in a love story similar to the Titanic. Let the North American continent sink and have Shia Lebeau help the girl find an object floating but it's only big enough for one and have the girl whistle for a floating tranformer to save her. But show her in the end carring Shia Lebeau's child who turns out to be half-human, half-predator/alien.

Then in the end, show Morpheus shaking his head with realization that everything that happened was not real because it was in the matrix.


Anyways, I can't wait for this movie!

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Just so you know that first 5 min is actually edited down. :) Other info here on a few other parts of the flick.


Explosive like a cool self-destructo wrist thingee only a certain dreadlocked hunter knows how to use, two scenes from Fox's anticipated Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem were presented to ShockTillYouDrop.com yesterday. From our cozy leather chairs - where no amount of high-cost padding could muffle the amount of bass sent rumbling through the theater - what we witnessed was a significant improvement over Paul W.S. Anderson's franchise restart. The clips oozed with familiarity even if it was unusual to see wall-crawling xenomorphs way out of their element on Earth. Lacking was a taste of the human element driving the film, still, there were no complaints from the sheer destruction on display.

Scene one picks up moments after the five minutes that premiered on the web recently. A lone Predator is jettisoned from his spacecraft and sent to Earth to investigate a crash site where a previous Predator ship went down. He enters the wreckage. Surveys the scene. And, I **** you not, he delivers a moment of pathos for his fallen warriors glistening in neon green blood. From there he takes a few samples using some gadget with a needle and loads up on weapons. Wishing to leave no evidence behind, he sets a detonator and blows the remnants of the ship up.

There's some interesting stuff here. First of all, we're getting some QT time with the Predator. More than what we were allotted in the previous entry and on par with some of those choice scenes we saw in the first "Predator" film - you know, when he's up in the trees tending to his wounds or polishin' skulls. The Strause brothers have re-introduced the importance of cool Predator accoutrements, and I'm down with that.

Later, in the second scene presented to us, we get to see just how skilled this Predator is. The bit begins with a bunch of humans heading into a hospital setting where it's apparent the inhabiting aliens are attempting to turn it into a hive. The Predator arrives and begins a tussle with the PredAlien. The latter wields massive strength - even the Predator appears shocked - but leaves much of the fighting to the warrior aliens who arrive in droves. The Predator takes 'em down effortlessly. In the process, however, there's a human casualty during this battle and a gal gets skewered to a wall like a butterfly driven through with a push pin.

The Strauses have done away with the annoying tight coverage that was a detriment to the "AVP's" fight sequences. By golly, we can actually discern what the hell is going on! In this scene, too, it's evident the directors have gone so far as to painstakingly carry over familiar sound effects (both Predator and Alien in nature) and soundtrack themes, this time provided by Brian Tyler.

As wonky as the concept seems (setting the action in a Midwestern town - say wha...?), Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem, it appears, is making efforts, for the first time, to feel like it was cut from the same cloth of the "Predator" and "Alien" franchises. Meshing the two worlds, and what the fans love about them, as opposed to reinventing them to the point where they are unrecognizable. This comes from a guy who felt Alien vs. Predator was one of the most unexciting, abominable experiences at the theater ever. Sitting through the "Requiem" snippets... well, it was harmless fun. For now. I've got my fingers crossed that the non-dueling alien drama holds up just as strong.

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