What are the best sci-fi horror movies of all time? This is a list that ranks 50 of the most popular and well-known sci-fi horror movies, from Alien to The Thing.
The sci-fi horror movies are a genre of films that typically have a science fiction setting and deal with the horrors of outer space, aliens, or futuristic technology. Read more in detail here: sci-fi movies.
It may seem that science fiction and horror are mutually incompatible genres. Talent is required to make a good horror picture. A certain degree of imagination is required to make a good science fiction horror picture. Whether beautifully demonstrating the science behind the story or creating an atmosphere that keeps the viewer engaged and hooked to the screen, this hybrid genre is perhaps the ultimate exercise in suspension of disbelief.
For fans of science fiction and horror, the last few decades have been fantastic, two genres that perfectly complement one another given humanity’s ongoing fear of the unknown, which goes hand in hand with our desire to explore the world and the technology we develop to facilitate that exploration, which in turn generates its fears. As a consequence, I’ve compiled a list of 50 of the greatest science fiction horror films of all time, selected for their unique, fascinating, and perhaps mind-blowing perspective on reality. Let’s get started!
Possessor 50. (2020)
Possessor follows corporate assassin Tasya Vos (Andrea Riseborough), who uses brain implants to take over other people’s bodies and order them to murder in the service of the company she works for. Vos is pulled into a complicated web of sex, dualism, and realistic (and gruesome) visual effects as the psychological repercussions of her successful work as a puppeteer of surrogate murderers begin to emerge. The Possession is a film that is full of great ideas but never really realizes or implements them.
49. Frankenstein’s Monster (1931)
The film is based on Mary Shelley’s famous book of the same name, directed by James Whale. This classic horror film follows Dr. Henry Frankenstein (Colin Clive) as he attempts to create life by assembling a monster from the remains of the dead. Frankenstein and his loyal deformed assistant, Fritz (Dwight Frye), succeed in animating their monster (Boris Karloff), but the monster, confused and terrified, flees into the countryside and starts causing havoc. Frankenstein sets out to find the mysterious monster and is eventually compelled to confront his tormented creation.
Brightburn, number 48 (2019)
Tori Breyer’s dreams of becoming a mother come true with the birth of a mysterious baby boy after a long battle with infertility. Brandon seems to be everything Tori and her husband, Kyle, might want in a partner: smart, talented, and inquisitive about the world. However, as Brandon approaches puberty, he develops a tremendous darkness inside him, and Tori is tormented by terrible worries about her son. When Brandon acts on his irrational urges, those closest to him are put in grave danger.
47. After 28 Weeks (2007)
The United States Army has restored order and started repopulating the quarantined metropolis six arduous months after the horrific events of 28 Days Later… (2002), in which the uncontrollable Rage Virus devastated the entire city of London. Following the first influx of refugees, one unwitting carrier of the highly transmissible illness enters the lifeless city, accidentally reigniting the deadly infection’s spread. Indeed, the virus has not yet been eliminated, and it is now more dangerous than ever. Will the horror happen again?
46. Submerged (2020)
In the Mariana Trench’s bottom, a massive unknown earthquake hits a drilling site. Extreme pressure, murky water, dangerous deep-sea creatures, and a constant shortage of oxygen confront a research team as they travel down the ocean bottom to another station.
The Invisible Man (#45) (1933)
A weird guy with a bandaged head asks for a room. The owners of the pub are used to turning their house into an inn during the winter months, but the man is insistent. They soon come to regret their decision. The guy quickly runs out of money and, to make matters worse, he has a bad temper. Worse, his room is littered with filthy chemicals, test tubes, beakers, and the like, giving him the appearance of being a scientist. When they go to remove him, they come upon a shocking revelation.
Flora Cranley, meantime, begs her father to help her solve the mystery involving Dr. Griffin, his assistant, and her sweetheart’s disappearance. Dr. Kemp, her father’s other assistant, can’t help her. He just wants her for himself. Flora has no clue that the bizarre reports in the newspapers and on the radio about an invisible murderous maniac are really the accounts of Dr. Griffin, who has discovered the secret of invisibility and gone insane in the process.
Re-Animator is number 44 on the list (1985)
In this H.P. Lovecraft book, Herbert West is a Swiss scientist who finds a fluid capable of regenerating dead tissue. West relocates to Miskatonic University to continue his studies after his professor’s unexplained death in Switzerland. He involves fellow student Dan Cain and his fiancée Megan Halsey in his research by experimenting on their dead cat. Dan is so fascinated with West’s research that he offers to sneak him into the hospital morgue, which has predictable results.
Prometheus (number 43) (2012)
Doctor Elizabeth Shaw and her colleague, Charlie Holloway, embark on an ambitious deep-space research expedition with a seventeen-man team, following a slender trail of evidence. The crew sets foot on the desolate exomoon LV-223 in 2093, onboard the ground-breaking space research vessel USCSS Prometheus, to investigate the existence of the superior extraterrestrial civilisation known as the “Engineers.” Other mysteries, on the other hand, are hidden under a weird, complicated structure of massive dark chambers and a sophisticated subterranean network of tunnels. Now, a terrifying discovery puts not just the success of the daring outer-space journey in jeopardy, but humanity’s very survival as well. Is the world ready for solutions to humanity’s most fundamental questions?
42. The Secret (1987)
In Los Angeles, an alien parasite capable of taking human form embarks on a vicious crime spree, killing and robbing hundreds of people. The extraterrestrial criminal is being sought by an FBI agent and a local police officer. The city is seeing unprecedented levels of bloodshed as they close in on the savage intruder.
Dr. Moreau’s Island (#41) (1996)
In the year 2010, Dr. Moreau successfully combined human and animal DNA to produce a crossbreed beast. Something goes awry, as is usual, and David Thewlis must move swiftly to avoid catastrophe. Originally rated R, Frankenheimer altered the classification to PG-13 to accommodate “a wider audience.”
Planet Terror (number 40) (2007)
The gang headed by black market dealer Abby is pitted against a team of renegade troops commanded by Captain Muldoon at an abandoned military facility in Texas. During their firefight, Abby fires a biological weapon’s receiver, unleashing an experimental, highly contagious gas that turns people into flesh-eating zombies.
Meanwhile, in the local hospital, Dr. Block notices an epidemic, with many patients exhibiting the same terrible symptoms. When the virus kills the majority of the locals, a group of people with immunity, headed by mechanic Wray, Sheriff Hague, stripper Cherry, and Dr. Dakota, fights for survival and becomes the world’s last hope.
Existenz (number 39) (1999)
Allegra Geller, the world’s best game designer, is testing her new virtual reality game, eXistenZ, with a focus group. They begin with a mad assassin attacking her with a strange organic gun. Ted Pikul, a young marketing trainee who is suddenly assigned as her protection, joins her on her departure. Her pod, an organic gaming device containing the only copy of the eXistenZ game program, has unfortunately been destroyed.
To find out more, she persuades Ted to get a gaming port implanted in his body, enabling him to play the game with her. The events leading up to this moment, as well as the game that follows, send the two on a strange journey in which reality and their actions are difficult to distinguish from either their own or the game’s viewpoint.
Busan, Busan, Busan, Busan, Busan, Busan, Bus (2016)
On the train to Busan, survival is a matter of life and death. Seok-woo, a divorced father, is constantly rushed when it comes to spending time with his daughter Su-an. He offers to take her to Busan to see her mother via train. As the train leaves, a strange infection spreads from a sick girl, turning passengers into zombies. Will Seok-woo and Su-an make it out alive? YEON Sang-ho, acclaimed by Cannes for his avant-garde animation, makes his feature film debut with TRAIN TO BUSAN.
Cube #37 (1997)
Six people from all walks of life awaken to find themselves imprisoned within a gigantic cube with hundreds of possible chambers. A policeman, a math genius, a building designer, a doctor, an escape master, and a disabled man all have distinct abilities that become evident when they are forced to work together to escape. Each has a part to play in their enthralling quest to learn why they’ve been imprisoned.
Life is number 36. (2017)
Six astronauts on board the International Space Station study a Mars sample for indications of extraterrestrial life. In the sample, the team finds a massive single-celled organism — the first proof of life beyond Earth. Things, however, are not always as they seem. The life form shows itself to be much more intelligent than anybody imagined when the team undertakes research and their techniques have unforeseen consequences.
Vivarium, No. 35 (2019)
A young couple is thinking about buying their first home. To that end, they go to a real estate agency, where they are met by a strange salesman who leads them on a tour of a new, mysterious, strange housing complex, where they are shown a single-family home. While there, they get trapped in a weird maze-like nightmare.
The Meg is number 34. (2018)
Jonathan Taylor, the world’s greatest deep-sea rescue diver, is found five years later in the vast ocean realm of the Mariana Trench after being declared insane for claiming that a failed rescue mission in Philippine waters was doomed due to an apparently extinct predator of epic proportions—the prehistoric Megalodon. When three scientists from an underwater research facility near Shanghai are trapped inside a damaged submersible that has been attacked by an unknown beast, Jonas will have to act fast to save them. Is it possible that the dismissed rescuer’s fears about the lethal underwater leviathan are correct?
Bride of Frankenstein (number 33) (1935)
In this sequel to Frankenstein, both Henry Frankenstein and his monster live (1931). The creature, thought to be dead by the locals, is found while attempting to rescue a little girl from drowning. He is caught but escapes into the woods, where he meets a blind man who charms him with his violin. Meanwhile, Dr. Frankenstein is forced to work with the crazy Dr. Pretorius, who has also been dabbling with life creation. When the monster eventually returns to Frankenstein’s lab, Frankenstein and Pretorius construct a woman to accompany him. Tragic events occur when she rejects him.
Zombieland is the 32nd film in the Zombieland series (2009)
Zombieland is a horror comedy about two men who find a way to live in a zombie-infested planet. Columbus is a wimp, but when you’re afraid of being devoured by zombies, fear may keep you alive. Tallahassee is a zombie-slaying warrior with an AK-47 who is hell-bent on grabbing the planet’s last Twinkie. They must choose between relying on one another or succumbing to the undead as they join forces with Wichita and Little Rock, each of which has developed unique methods for surviving the zombie apocalypse.
Island of the Lost Souls (number 31) (1932)
After being rescued by a passing freighter after his ship sinks, Edward Parker is suddenly abandoned on Dr. Moreau’s island. His host makes him feel at ease, but he is warned not to cast judgment on whatever he sees on the island too quickly or harshly. Moreau has been doing genetic experiments on animals in order to create man-beast hybrids. Despite the fact that Parker is disgusted by what he has found, Moreau decides that he might be helpful in some of his research. Parker’s fiancée comes to the island in an effort to persuade him to return. Finally, Dr. Moreau must face the financial burden of his research.
The New Mutants (number 30) (2020)
Following a near-death experience during a strange storm, Danielle Moonstar wakes in an abandoned research facility led by the enigmatic Dr. Cecilia Reyes. Dr. Reyes introduces Dani to four other unique teenagers: Illyana Rasputin, Rahne Sinclair, Sam Guthrie, and Roberto da Costa, all of whom wish to keep them safe until they learn to properly control their extraordinary abilities. Despite the fact that the exceptional group of wounded prisoners thinks they are being treated and cared for, they soon begin to experience terrifying hallucinations. This institution, on the other hand, was designed to be a safe haven. Is this a group of patients or a group of detainees?
The Platform is number 29. (2019)
Prisoners in vertical cells will see inmates in higher cells get food while others in lower cells go hungry in the future. Goreng resurfaces in a part of The Hole, where food is supplied through The Platform. The lower classes earn less as the upper classes grow more greedy and devour everything they want. Goreng learns from his cellmates that the people below may succumb to insanity and sanity loss, leading to horrific cannibalism, and so he devises a plan for The Hole’s residents.
Color Out of Space (#28) (2020)
A cosmic horror book about The Gardners, a family that relocates to a remote farmhouse in rural New England to get away from the hustle and bustle of the twenty-first century. When a meteorite collides in their front yard, they are adapting to their new life. The mysterious aerolite seems to dissolve into the soil, giving both the landscape and the properties of space-time a strange, otherworldly color. The Gardner family learns, to to their dismay, that this alien energy is gradually changing all living things it comes into contact with…including them.
Dark Skies (#27) (2013)
Terrible Skies, which debuted in 2013, dealt with the frequently terrifying phenomenon of extraterrestrial visitations and abductions, in which a normal suburban family is targeted by an unknown alien presence with sinister plans for their children. As a rising series of odd events disrupt the Barrett family’s peaceful suburban life, they learn that they are being followed by a frightening and deadly creature that may have come from beyond the stars.
The Faculty is number 26. (1998)
Herrington High School is a small-town high school in Herrington, Ohio. Attitudes among teachers begin to change suddenly. Casey and Delilah witness two of them strangling Nurse Harper as they are forced to hide in a closet in the teacher’s lounge. They make it out, shocked. Only seconds later, the nurse, like the rest of the instructors and the majority of students, seems to be completely alive but also changed. Only Casey, Delilah, and four other people seem to be suspicious. The chemistry professor finally provides evidence of an alien virus, as well as a technique for curing the infected. The goal now is to apprehend the queen before the invaders completely take over the nation.
25. Imitate (1997)
A new, extremely infectious disease is wreaking havoc on Manhattan’s children and has spread to epidemic levels. In desperation, Peter Mann contacts entomologist Dr. Susan Tyler and asks for help in eradicating the illness vector, the common cockroach. Susan genetically develops a new predatory insect that will devour the cockroach and ultimately kill it. Although this novel method is effective and the children recover, nature is not a laboratory, and things do not always go according to plan. Individuals begin to disappear three years later, mangled corpses are found, and weird tales of giant insects mimicking man arise among the bag people who dwell in the Manhattan subway system. To help with the inquiry, Peter and Susan are called.
Annihilation (number 24) (2018)
It’s been a year since Kane’s last covert mission, and he’s still missing in action, presumed dead. With his wife, Lena, still mourning over his death, an unexpected occurrence in the Florida swamplands will have her following in Kane’s footsteps as a member of a strong all-female team in no time. There have been many theories suggested to explain the odd ever-expanding iridescent membrane that swallows the area, but none has been proved. What huge biological changes are hidden beneath this vivid and brilliant kaleidoscope of horrors? What did Kane notice in the end?
23. Alternate Reality (1980)
Edward Jessup, a well-known scientist and psychology professor, chooses to combine his sensory deprivation tank research with powerful hallucinogenic drugs in the hopes of unlocking new levels of awareness. The tests are effective at first, but Jessup starts to notice changes in his mental and physical states as a consequence of his job. As he spends more time in sensory deprivation, his grip on reality diminishes.
22. The Wellness Cure (2017)
A young, ambitious executive is sent to pick up his company’s CEO from a beautiful but mysterious “wellness center” in the Swiss Alps. He soon gets concerns that the spa’s miracle treatments aren’t quite what they seem. When he starts to unravel its horrifying secrets, his sanity is put into doubt when he is afflicted with the same odd illness that has all of the visitors here desperate for answers.
Scanners (number 21) (1981)
Darryl Revok is the most powerful scanner of all and the head of an underground scanner movement vying for world domination. Scanners have incredible mental power and can control people’s thoughts, as well as inflict terrible pain and harm on their victims. Doctor Paul Ruth finds a scanner that Revok does not have and persuades him to join their cause – putting an end to the underground movement.
Us twenty-first (2019)
The Wilson family goes to Santa Cruz, California, to spend time with their friends, the Tyler family, to relax from their busy lives. Jason, their little kid, almost runs away during a day at the beach, causing Adelaide, Jason’s mother, to become overly protective of her family. Four unknown visitors break into Adelaide’s childhood home that night. The family is taken aback when they see that the intruders resemble them, although in a horrifying way.
Predator (19.) (1987)
A team of special forces operators, led by Major “Dutch” Schaefer, is sent to assist CIA agent Colonel Al Dillon in a search for potential survivors of a helicopter accident in the South American jungle. Dutch and his team soon discover that they were duped into going in. However, deception is the least of their worries when they find they are being followed by something unearthly.
The Mist (18.) (2007)
David and Steff Drayton, together with their son Billy, reside in a small Maine hamlet. A severe storm wreaks havoc on the area one night, demolishing their house. The storm is followed by an unusual mist the next morning. David, Billy, and Brent Norton go into town and end themselves trapped at a grocery store with a bunch of other people. They discover something terrible in the mist that is hell-bent on annihilating mankind.
Videodrome is number seventeen (1983)
Max Renn, a sleazy lowlife cable TV operator, discovers a snuff broadcast called “Videodrome.” It is, however, more than a television show; it is an experiment in which viewers’ perceptions are permanently changed as a result of frequent television broadcasts causing brain damage. Max finds himself caught in the crossfire between those who created “Videodrome” and those who want to control it, with his body becoming the ultimate weapon in the fight against this global conspiracy.
World War Z (16.) (2013)
Gerry Lane, a former United Nations investigator, realizes something is amiss when he and his family get stuck in traffic. As the city devolves into chaos, his worries are confirmed. A lethal virus spreads via a single bite, turning previously healthy people into aggressive, stupid, and vicious monsters. As the pandemic threatens to consume the whole world, Gerry leads a worldwide search for the infection’s origins and, maybe, a way to stop it.
Cloverfield Lane, No. 15 (2016)
Following a car accident, Michelle wakes up in a weird bunker with two men named Howard and Emmett. Howard gives her a pair of crutches to help her stay mobile as she recovers from her leg injuries sustained in the car accident, and tells her to “get good on them” before leaving the bunker. She has been told that the outside world has been poisoned as a result of an alien assault. Howard and Emmett’s motivations, on the other hand, soon become suspicious, and Michelle is compelled to examine the following: Is it preferable to be here or there?
Cloverfield (#14) (2008)
The US Defense Department discovers a recording in the old Central Park. A group of pals throws a surprise goodbye party for Rob Hawkins in his Lower Manhattan apartment in the film. Rob is a young guy about to leave New York for employment in Japan, and his buddy Hud is recording messages from his friends. An earthquake stuns them, and they hear through the news that a ship has capsized in the port area. They travel to the rooftop to watch the catastrophe unfold and see explosions all around them; when the building’s electricity goes out, they escape to the streets to avoid the monster.
13. Find a Quiet Spot (2018)
The Abbotts fight for existence in the dismal urban jungle of New York City, characterized by a new era of total silence, in a broken Earth overrun by relentless predators of unknown provenance. Indeed, since this new invader species is attracted to noise, even the slightest sound might be fatal; nevertheless, it has been twelve months since the tough animals were first discovered, and this resilient family continues to survive. Naturally, understanding the rules of existence in this muted dystopia is essential; yet, now, more than ever, an otherwise happy event jeopardizes the fragile balance. And now, maybe more than ever, the Abbotts must keep their mouths shut.
The Terminator is number twelve (1984)
The unstoppable cyborg-assassin known as the “Terminator” is sent back to 1984 Los Angeles from a future 2029–where ice machines have ruled the world–to begin his deadly mission to kill humanity’s most important woman: the unsuspecting Sarah Connor. However, a battle-scarred defender comes from the same war-torn post-apocalyptic future—Kyle Reese, a brave soldier of the human Resistance Army—dedicated to stopping the mechanical killer from murdering the world’s last hope. The Terminator, on the other hand, is heartless, does not sleep, and, most importantly, will not stop until his terrible goal is completed. Is our future inextricably linked to our past?
Part II of A Quiet Place (2020)
Evelyn Abbott finds herself alone, with two young adolescents, a helpless newborn son, and nowhere to escape, thanks to the recently found weakness of the apparently invulnerable animals. Now, 474 days after an all-out alien invasion in A Quiet Place (2018), the Abbotts gather all their courage to leave their now-burned-to-the-ground farm and embark on a hazardous journey to find civilization. With this in mind, and in a desperate attempt to test the limits, the intrepid survivors are compelled to enter the eerily quiet, undiscovered dangerous region in the hopes of a miracle. This time, though, the enemy is everywhere.
The Invasion of the Body Snatchers is the tenth film in the Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)
When a colleague and personal friend, Elizabeth Driscoll, tells him that her husband has changed drastically, Matthew Bennell, a public health inspector in San Francisco, is intrigued. He suggests they speak with his friend, psychiatrist David Kibner, who concurs that some of his patients claim their husbands or wives are not who they seem to be. Until two of Matthew’s other pals, Jack and Nancy Bellicec, discover a partly developed corpse, he chalks it up to widespread hysteria. They soon discover that flawless copies, who are cruel and seem unstoppable in their goal to replace everyone, are displacing individuals.
The Fly (nine) (1986)
Seth Brundle (Jeff Goldblum), a brilliant but eccentric scientist, tries to woo investigative journalist Veronica Quaife (Geena Davis) by spilling the beans on his latest research in the field of matter transportation, which has proved to be successful against all odds. Until you get to a particular point. When Brundle successfully transfers a live creature, he thinks he’s solved the problem, but when he attempts to teleport himself, a fly enters one of the transmission booths, and Brundle realizes he’s changed. The quotable line comes from this Science-Gone-Wrong film. “Do not be afraid. Be frightened.”
8. The Horizon of the Event (1997)
The year is 2047, and the Event Horizon, a spaceship that went missing seven years ago during experiments of faster-than-light travel, has reappeared. After a garbled message from the spacecraft was picked up, vaguely resembling a human voice, a rescue craft is quickly sent to the returning vessel. As the crew gets closer to the ship and spends more time onboard, it seems as though someone or something is playing games with them, and the issue of what happened to the Event Horizon arises.
Hellboy is number seven (2004)
During the closing days of World War II, the Nazis summon a monkey-like creature in order to use black magic. Trevor “Broom” Bruttenholm finds the creature and saves it. When the monster reaches adulthood, he takes on the name “Hellboy.” Hellboy works in the shadows to put an end to all evil. It will take more than Hellboy to put a stop to some ancient characters from Hellboy’s past when they resurface.
Pitch Black is number six (2000)
When the transport ship “Hunter-Gratzner” is hit by a meteor shower, pilot Carolyn Fry wakes from cryogenic sleep and tries to manage the ship’s forty passengers. Carolyn, bounty hunter William J. Johns, devout Abu “Imam” al-Walid, dealer Paris P. Ogilvie, Sharon “Shazza” Montgomery, runaway teenager Jack, John “Zeke” Ezekiel; Suleiman; Hassan); Ali and the lethal criminal Richard B. Riddick survive. Riddick escapes, and Johns tells the survivors of the danger he poses. When the group gets stranded in the desert and learns that the region is heated by three suns, they join together in quest of water and supplies. They quickly discover that the planet is being attacked by flesh-eating aliens that strike in the dark; furthermore, owing to a total eclipse, the globe will be totally dark. They conclude that Riddick isn’t worth worrying about.
5. Birdcage (2018)
Malorie and her two children go on a hazardous journey to find the last safe haven on Earth in the middle of a nightmarish new reality in which an unseen malevolent entity is cleansing the whole population. However, one’s vision is the real enemy on this dangerous journey—and when the helpless blinded guardian musters the courage to seek a sliver of hope hidden deep in a riverbank shelter, darkness may be the only thing that may rescue them. The survival rules have changed now. Will Malorie and her kids be able to make it through the day?
A flaming meteorite slams into the dark woods of the quiet hamlet of Wheels, South Carolina, from the depths of endless space. A stealthy alien invasion starts with Grant, the town’s unfortunate first victim, when the burned rock exposes its secret content—a horrible parasitic creature. Grant’s wife, Starla, gradually notices that something has been eating away at him for the last several days as an internal metamorphosis transforms him into an utterly hideous monster. In the face of a relentless extraterrestrial assault, no one is safe, and to make things worse, Grant’s transformation is far from complete. Who will be able to put a stop to the invading army from beyond the stars?
3. The Fact (1982)
A scientific expedition to the freezing wastelands of Antarctica is thwarted by a gang of clearly crazy Norwegians who pursue and kill a dog. The helicopter that was pursuing the dog explodes, putting an end to the search. The dog mutates during the night, attacking the other dogs in the cage as well as members of the investigative team. The team soon learns that an alien life form capable of absorbing other people’s bodies is on the loose, and they have no clue who has already been taken over.
2. Extraterrestrial (1979)
In the far future, the crew of the commercial spaceship Nostromo is returning home when they receive a distress call from a faraway moon. The crew has an obligation to investigate, so the spacecraft descends to the moon. Three crew members leave the spacecraft after a rough landing to explore the moon’s surface. The ship’s computer deciphers the message as a warning, not a distress call, at the same time that it discovers an unknown creature’s hive colony. When one of the eggs is disturbed, the crew realizes they are not alone on board and must deal with the consequences.
1. Extraterrestrials (1986)
Lieutenant Ellen Ripley, portrayed by Sigourney Weaver, is the sole survivor of a far-future alien assault on her spacecraft. When her crew’s connections with a human colony on the moon where they originally met the alien beings are lost, Ripley decides to return with a battalion of Colonial Marines to investigate. Michael Biehn, Paul Reiser, Lance Henriksen, and Carrie Henn star in supporting roles in Aliens.
The thriller sci-fi horror movies is a genre that has been popular for decades. It includes movies such as Alien, Jaws, and The Exorcist.
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