In Space Even This Film Uses Sound Effects

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Here we have the quintessential Deep Space Horror film--a slow, contempletive drama punctuated by tiny moments of sheer terror. All things considered, I'd say Alien is a great deal more frightening than a film about a Masai in a rubber suit should be. Still, it's not the most fast-paced of films, and the Rifftrax doesn't do much to help it move. It's enjoyable enough for Alien fans and/or the very patient. Review here.