Aliens. is it fact or is it fiction. are they real or are they made up beings that we have been believed to think are real? Do we really know whats out there, is life even possible anywhere within our own solar system besides earth?
To question these arguments, one movie turned heads, grabbed peoples attention and threw them into the depths of belief after being watched.
The 4th kind is a movie that has been manipulated with "police documentation" of "real events" that have occurred in one small town with the highest number of sightings and disappearances in Alaska.
"In 1972, a scale of measurement was established for alien encounters. When a UFO is sighted, it is called an encounter of the first kind. When evidence is collected, it is known as an encounter of the second kind. When contact is made with extraterrestrials, it is the third kind. The next level, abduction, is the fourth kind."
Alien beings have made movies great from the Alien franchise to the more recent sci fi addiction, Falling Skies television show. Yet none of these have done what this movie was able to accomplish.
Scare the crap out of the audience and leave them cowering under their bed sheets until morning. There is nothing quite like The 4th Kind and there may never be anything like it. its unique and grasping in its ability to ruin your chances of being a non-believer.
If this movie didn't scare you, you may not even be human.You might even be the one who abducts people.
This movie is compelling and delves into the unknown of what if it was all real and churns through the audiences points of views by obliterating them completely. The story line starts of with a women who gives us the background of its a half movie, half live feed to give more credit towards if it happened or not. Our attention is brought in quite quickly though as the scene depicts a psychiatrist's office as she helps a patient deal with his "delusions dreams" which later turn into an encounter of The 4th Kind, abduction.
His dreams depict of an owl. Staring into his window, through to his soul. selecting him as the next victim, which is what we find out later.
The owl halfway through picks on the main character and things start to get interesting. The camera moves around the owl, a small white being with black hollow eyes surrounded by a blue tinge. As the camera moves so does the owl, twisting its neck around a full 360 degrees. It may not sound like much but it send chills down the spine very quickly.
From there the abduction, murder, rape, aliens and "real life footage" follow.
Wether or not you can survive the night is up to you.
The movie poses a very big question.
Are they out there?
Am i next?