Aliens

Aliens

Director: James Cameron Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn
4.8 36

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Aliens

James Cameron's sci-fi sequel Aliens comes to DVD in this two-disc Collector's Edition from 20th Century Fox. Presented with a widescreen 1.85:1 color transfer. Dolby Digital Surround soundtracks are available in English and Spanish. English and Spanish subtitles are also accessible. Disc one contains the original 1986 theatrical version and the 1991 special edition. Director Cameron provides an introduction. Audio commentary is also provided by Cameron, along with producer Gale Anne Hurd, alien effects creator Stan Winston, visual effects supervisors Robert Skotak and Dennis Skotak, miniature effects supervisor Pat McClung, and actors Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, Lance Hendriksen, Jenette Goldstein, Carrie Henn, and Christopher Henn. Disc two contains all the extra features, including an Alien Vs. Predator teaser trailer. The Pre-Production section explores the screenwriting process, conceptual art, casting, and characterization. The Production section contains "This Time It's War: Pinewood Studios, 1985," The Risk Always Lives: Weapons and Action, " "Weapons and Vehicles: Photo Archives," "Bug Hunt: Creature Design," "Beauty and the Bitch: Power Loader Vs. Queen Alien," and "Two Orphans: Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn." The Post-Production section explores music, editing, sound, and reaction to the film's release. Each disc contains an extensive photo gallery. A highly recommended disc for fans of the saga.

Product Details

Release Date: 01/06/2004
UPC: 0024543098546
Original Release: 1986
Rating: R
Source: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [THX-Supervised Mastering, Dolby Digital Surround, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 4:51:00

Special Features

Closed Caption; [None specified]

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sigourney Weaver Ellen Ripley
Carrie Henn Newt
Michael Biehn Cpl. Dwayne Hicks
Lance Henriksen Bishop
Paul Reiser Carter Burke
Jenette Goldstein Pvt. Vasquez
Bill Paxton Pvt. Hudson
William Hope Lt. Gorman
Al Matthews Sgt. Apone
Mark Rolston Pvt. Drake
Ricco Ross Pvt. Frost
Colette Hiller Cpl. Ferro
Daniel Kash Pvt. Spunkmeyer
Cynthia Scott Cpl. Dietrich
Tip Tipping Pvt. Crowe
Trevor Steedman Pvt. Wierzbowski
Paul Maxwell Van Leuwen
Valerie Colgan ECA Rep
Alan Polonsky Insurance Man
Alibe Parsons Med Tech
Blain Fairman Doctor
Barbara Coles Cocooned Woman
Carl Toop Alien Warrior
John Lees Power Loader Operator
Louise Head Double for Newt
Kiran Shah Double for Newt

Technical Credits
James Cameron Director,Original Story,Screenwriter
Terry Ackland-Snow Production Designer
Norman Baillie Special Effects
Adrian Biddle Cinematographer
Gordon Carroll Executive Producer
Michael Carter Sound/Sound Designer
Roy Charman Sound/Sound Designer
Ken Court Art Director
Simon Crane Stunts
Bert Davey Art Director
Jane Feinberg Casting
Mike Fenton Casting
David Giler Executive Producer,Original Story
Graham Hartstone Sound/Sound Designer
Walter Hill Executive Producer,Original Story
Fred Hole Art Director
James Horner Score Composer
Gale Anne Hurd Producer
Jazzer Jeyes Stunts
L.A. Effects Group Special Effects
Michael Lamont Art Director
Peter Lamont Production Designer
Ray Lovejoy Editor
Nicolas Le Messurier Sound/Sound Designer
Emma Porteous Costumes/Costume Designer
Eddie Powell Stunts
John Richardson Special Effects
Peter Robb-King Makeup
Crispian Sallis Set Decoration/Design
Mary Selway Casting
Stuart St. Paul Stunts
Judy Taylor Casting
Malcolm Weaver Stunts
Chris Webb Stunts
Paul Weston & His Orchestra Stunts
Jason White Stunts
Stan Winston Special Effects
David Worley Camera Operator

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Disc 1
1. Main Titles [:14]
2. Human Salvage [1:50]
3. 57 Years [:50]
4. The Park [2:17]
5. Inquest [3:12]
6. LV-426 [:06]
7. The Big Score [2:17]
8. Home Alone [:14]
9. Ripley's Decision [2:24]
10. Sulaco [1:41]
11. The Android [2:11]
12. Briefing [3:28]
13. The Loader [:30]
14. Express Elevator to Hell [1:04]
15. Arrival [:27]
16. Memories [2:06]
17. Lab Specimens [:54]
18. Movement [2:12]
19. Newt [1:53]
20. Rescue Mission [:23]
21. Cocoons [2:26]
22. The Battle [2:55]
23. Ripley's Rescue [:07]
24. Altercation [:39]
25. Stranded [:14]
26. Barricade [1:07]
27. A Mother's Love [:05]
28. Speculation [5:01]
29. The Tunnel [1:32]
30. Bad News [1:02]
31. The Corridor [4:24]
32. Dreamland [1:00]
33. Not a Dream [1:22]
34. For a Percentage [1:24]
35. "Game Time" [:55]
36. Little Girl Lost [1:20]
37. Ripley's Promise [4:01]
38. Reluctant Solider [1:17]
39. The Nest [3:19]
40. The Final Countdown [4:48]
41. It's Over [:34]
42. Final Confrontation [2:40]
43. Dreams [3:30]
44. End Titles [:37]
1. Human Salvage (Main Titles) [:14]
2. 57 Years [1:50]
3. Inquest [:50]
4. Home Alone [2:17]
5. Ripley's Decision [3:12]
6. Sulaco [:06]
7. Briefing [:18]
8. Express Elevator to Hell [:15]
9. Arrival [2:24]
10. Lab Secimens [:51]
11. Movement [:03]
12. Rescue Mission [:05]
13. Cocoons [:28]
14. The Battle [1:04]
15. Ripley's Rescue [:11]
16. Altercation [2:06]
17. Stranded [:54]
18. Barricade [1:04]
19. A Mother's Love [1:53]
20. Speculation [:23]
21. Bad News [2:26]
22. Dreamland [2:55]
23. Not a Dream [:40]
24. "Game Time" [:05]
25. Little Girl Lost [:14]
26. Ripley's Promise [1:07]
27. Reluctant Solider [:05]
28. The Nest [5:01]
29. It's Over [:47]
30. Final Confrontation [1:02]
31. Dreams [4:24]
32. End Titles [:17]

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Aliens 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 36 reviews.
gravity More than 1 year ago
Every once in a while a sequel is made that tops the original. That film is Aliens. After expelling the troublesome alien in the first movie, Lt. Ellen Ripley returns to the planet that she and her cronies first encountered those hideous creatures. However, the second time around she arrives with marines ready to battle the third kind. The climax encounter between the queen alien and Ripley clearly makes this particular sequel the very best of the franchise. This powerful movie should be a lesson to all filmmakers in the industry. Aliens builds a story within the first hour and then once they reach the actual planet, the real action begins. Director and screenwriter James Cameron, perfected the art of storytelling in addition to the visual masterpiece he put together in this '80 classic. An absolute must see!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not only is it the best sequel ever made; seriously, but it too scared me speechless. I honestly believe that one cannot have Alien without Aliens. I have seen all the Alien series, but none of them measure up to their predacessers.
SleepDreamWrite More than 1 year ago
Probably one of my favorites, if not new favorite movies right now. Weaver did a really good job in this. While I like the first one, I think I like this one a bit better.
RobbieBobby44 More than 1 year ago
This is not just an icon in the history of sci-fi moviemaking, it's also a legendary piece of work in terms of its action content. Complete with a terrific script, top-notch acting, editing, costume design, scenery and music, it is a thrill ride I have enjoyed from start to finish ever since I was a kid (I'm 36 now). Even my sister, who had no interests in action or sci-fi films until this time, was hooked from the first viewing. The tension shown by the previously fearless Marines bumps up bit by bit throughout the story, with a wild first fight and a mind-blowing final battle. Then comes the climax: Ripley versus the Queen - a phenomenal accomplishment before the days of CGI and a brilliantly-conceived showdown. Easily the best James Cameron film I know of.
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benskywalkerknight34 More than 1 year ago
i would love 2 pick a copy of ALIENS blu-ray again even though i have the Anthology, but, it wouldn't hurt 2 get it again. someday. but who would ever hear anyone scream louder?
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It had been awhile since I had seen this, several years. It's still as good as I remember. I must say though that i prefer the original release. Somehow the extra scenes slow this one down. But overall still a great movie, the best in the series IMHO and destined to be a classic sci-fi movie, if it isn't considered one already.
Guest More than 1 year ago
James Cameron directed one of the most exciting and fascinating SF action adventure films ever made in Aliens. Not only does the story flow seamlessly from the first film of the series, Alien, but the characters, special effects and directorial pacing cause the film to pound like a sledge hammer from start to finish. The action is nearly non-stop once it begins and the character of Ripley, as all good characters should be, is driven further and further up that tree of absolute peril until you are just sure she’ll be torn limb from limb. The grisly antagonists drive the action with such relentless power that the screen seems to come alive with their swarming malice. No surprise there though, since these monsters were dreamt up by Dan O’Bannon and Ron Shusett and brought to organic, ghastly life by the artist and sculptor H.R. Giger. If you haven’t seen it, see it. If you’ve seen it already, see it again and tune into the finer cinematic touches that make the danger so palpable, especially the sound.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Aliens is easily the most well done sci-fi ever, especially if you're an action suspense fan. The realism, detail and resolution of the story is what we expect from a director like James Cameron who set the bar high. He had the good sense not to be involved in the two sequels to this masterpiece. Watch this with the added footage as it enhances the film and watch Alien(Director Ridley Scott) without it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I write reviews for the best horror films...Truth be told, this is the most powerful Alien film of all. The latest one wasjust too gory; this delivers a sensational pack of wonderful mystery, action, suspense, great acting, and cheer-for-the-heroine-enthusiasm. Sigourney Weaver won an Academy Award for her work in Aliens, and should be seen by all sci-fi horror buffs. ---Joe.
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first saw the film alien in 96 I knew that they had to have made a sequel to the film, though only six at the time I had reviewed the plot lines of many strategic and logical horror films. The film was above what you would call bleak but didn't give enough action for me. Then the ending left us blank and we never knew what happen to Ripley or the cat! Then aliens came along filling in from practically where we left off in the first film. Then Ripley begins to go psychotic and having dreams of a chestbuster ripping her apart. Then we find out about the colony. From here on out the film was almost perfect in my opinion, I especially enjoyed the fight at the end of the film between the queen and Ripley. So I gave the film a 4 star rating.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie is awesome. I don't know where to begin. The marines are awesome. They should of had more of these dudes in the sequel. This movie is definatly worth a rent
Guest More than 1 year ago
Aliens is way better then the first one. Alien just had one alien, but this one had hundreds of aliens running around, plus a queen alien! The best movie ever!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The 1st movie had 1 Alien..forget that!! How often does a sequel outdo the original? Well here is one time for sure!! This movie totally knocked my socks off. Sure, it takes a long time before you finally see an Alien but once discovered, they never stopped. The directors cut was awesome, seeing scenes that I had never seen before was a shock considering I know the movie by heart. (or did till then!!) Ripley totally kicks butt in this movie, and you cant help but feeling sorry for the rest of the characters. Non stop and breath taking movie...I loved it. Forget Aliens 3-it bites. THIS is the best one!!!
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