Communion (2010) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Christopher Walken stars as novelist Whitley Strieber in this tense alien abduction thriller. Vacationing at his family’s home in the woods, Whitley is awakened one night by bright lights outside his window. The next morning he believes he dreamed of being taken by aliens to a spaceship. As the frequency of these “dreams” increase he wonders: are these encounters just hallucinations, or is this really happening? In desperation he seeks out a therapist who believes hypnosis may expose the truth. Based on Strieber’s own experiences, this eerie precursor to the “X-Files” delivers some genuine chills and adds fuel to the debate about whether we are alone in the universe. Special Features Include: Audio Commentary by Philippe Mora and William J. Birnes (Publisher of UFO Magazine), Outtakes, Behind-the-Scenes Footage, Stills Gallery, Storyboards, Excerpt from “According to Occam’s Razor” (Actual videotape footage of an alien implant removal)! , Theatrical Trailers, Plus New Audio Commentary by Director Philippe Mora (Recorded in 2010). In Color, 101 Minutes, Rated R, Anamorphic Widescreen (2.35:1) Enhanced for 16x9 TVs.
About Communion (2010)
Starring: Christopher Walken Lindsay Crouse