What are some good movies with ayy lmaos in them?
I just got done watching the andromeda strain and it was pretty good, I also just watch contact, another decent alium movie.
Fire in the sky
My uncle the alien
And i dont remember the xfiles movie name, 4 i think. It had bees that would sting people, they pass out and get abducted by aliens
Then the McPherson tapes, if you find the one where it ends with the kid alone in the room then you may have found the real one
>Fire In The Sky
>The 4th Kind
>Invasion of the Body Snatchers
>Close Encounters of the Third Kind
>Infection: The Invasion Begins
>Killer Klowns From Outer Space
The X-Files: Fight the Future
Warning: contains aliums
Parts of the movie were really corny, but I'm going to have to be honest. I had an abduction experience that changed my life, the way I view life, everything. It changed my life forever. I question a lot more now than I used to.
Anyway, I watched this movie, and there was one scene in particular that basically made me re-live the past and it was all I could think about for days.
Don't bother with this shit.
Really sloppy slasher flick with ayyliem theme.
Apparently, the greys just murder people in the middle of the night by stabbing them in the chest, for no other reason than AYYY.
0/10 fucking shit cunt garbage.
The fourth kind is 7/10 but it has some good moments
You'll think I'm joking, but Godzilla vs Monster Zero (Invasion of Astro Monster) has some pretty damn creepy atmosphere. Even when the aliums reveal themselves, there's still mystery as to what the fuck is going on with them.
OP here, watched the fourth kind and Dark Skies. Fourth kind seriously made me jittery last night and dark skies is a pretty good, if a bit dumb, horror movie.
I guess stricly speaking there's no aliums in andromeda strain. But there is some spoopy stuff about the virus that does get revealed in the movie.
Extraterrestrial (2014) has ayy lmaos and some decent UFO action, plus it's directed by the Grave Encounters guys and has a really cool nod to the X Files towards the end. (Not to mention Emily Perkins from Ginger Snaps).