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March 10, 2013
This movie sucked and should have just been on tv. I love Sci-Fi and this was not even worth the price of admission. Nothing was new or different about this alien abduction movie, no new angles, just a tv movie.
March 09, 2013
Nothing original here. It borrows from Close Encounters, Signs, The Forth Kind, and Poltergeist with some scenes flat-out stolen. I guess we're all out of fresh ideas.
March 08, 2013
February 28, 2013
Excellent movie and very spooky! Hope they will find him someday
February 24, 2013
Worth the tirip. The X Files could start a new chapter based on this. Good Overall.
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As a shocker, Scott Stewart’s (Priest) film is solid, but it’s the thoroughly depressing backdrop that you’ll take away. Full Review
Scott Stewart's Dark Skies is the definitive horror film for the Tea Party era. Full Review
While there are some scares along the way, Stewart foolishly gives away the whole kit and caboodle plot-wise with an opening quotation from Arthur C. Clarke. Full Review
In the end, a pretty good buildup to OK payoff without any real surprises en route makes Dark Skies feel just enough above average to make one wish it had one memorable spark of conceptual inspiration up its sleeve. Full Review
Alien abductions are a truly terrifying idea, and building an alien abduction movie on the template of "Poltergeist" is a great idea. But "Poltergeist" had one thing Dark Skies is sorely in need of: follow-through. Full Review
@shannonc_xox I really wanna see Dark Skies, is it any good?
May 19,2013 - 1:10am