Yesterday I acquired the infamous Alien Quadrology pack and I immediately set myself to see the first one. The one that originated everything and the one I still consider the best: Alien (from 1979!). It´s an amazing thriller set in space, an amazing horror film with a monster both scary and gross. And it has one of the most iconic scenes ever put to film: the creature bursting out of John Hurt´s chest. Magnificent. I´ll watch all of them again, eventually, but this one is the film that still, 30 years later, sticks out in my mind. Sorry Cameron.
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