After a horrifying PredAlien crash-lands near a small Colorado town, killing everyone it encounters and producing countless Alien offspring, a lone Predator arrives to "clean up" the infestation.
Soon it's an all-out brutal battle to the death with no rules, no mercy - and maximum mayhem!
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Tue, 15 Oct 2019 | Review by: Carlisle Johnson
If you were one of the many left disappointed by the first Alien Vs. Predator, rest assured that the franchise is back on track this time around. While the last one had an age restriction of 10, because it was trying to be more accessible at the box office, it effectively meant the on-screen mayhem had to be kept to a suitable level. But now, with a new director, this sequel has a 16 age restriction, and justifiably so, as this film is much more faithful to the original series of films and the Alien Vs. Predator graphic novels.
The tone is similar to James Cameron's Aliens (the best of the aforementioned series), with marines popping up to save a town in distress. Most of the cast are instantly unrecognizable, although you might remember Reiko Aylesworth from 24. The acting might not be Oscar-worthy, and the first 30 minutes of the story might be a bit bland, but when you watch a film like this, you want to see the promised battles between two of Hollywood's fiercest creatures. And they do not disappoint.
Brilliant visual effects, thrilling suspense and loads of blood and guts add to a thrilling ride. Be warned though, there are scenes of young kids and pregnant women being victims of chestbursters. Our heroes are always trying to stay one step ahead, but as the old cliche goes, when you're caught in the middle of a battle you're bound to get caught in the crossfire. Loved it!
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