2 New TV Spots for THE FOURTH KIND and a little Background Info on the Film

MovieTrailerby Joey Paur


The Fourth Kind looks like it will be a pretty creepy movie. I don't know if you've seen the original trailer but it gave me the creeps. The film is based on facts that revolve around an ongoing unsolved mystery in Alaska where one town has seen an extraordinary number of unexplained disappearances during the past 40 years and there are accusations of a federal cover up not unlike the claims directed at the circumstances surrounding the infamous Area 51.

I don't think the film will be as big as a hit as Paranormal Activity, but it will be a fun creepy movie. The film stars Milla Jovovich, and we have two new TV spots to share with you along with a detailed background of the events that the movie is based off of. Enjoy!

Film Background

In October 2004, filmmaker Olatunde Osunsanmi had wrapped principal photography on his thriller The Cavern and traveled to North Carolina for postproduction. While there, a chance dinner conversation sparked an interest that would be the genesis of The Fourth Kind.

A colleague told him of a psychologist living in the Carolinas who relocated from a remote town along the Bering Sea. In Alaska, she had conducted a sleep disorder study that revealed terrifying data. What Osunsanmi heard fascinated him...all the more because it was heavily documented. Through his contact, he tracked her down. After some reluctance, she shared her story.

In Fall 2000, the therapist’s patients, under hypnosis, exhibited behaviors that suggested encounters with non humans. Before sleep, every person recalled a white owl outside his or her window. They woke up paralyzed, hearing horrific noises from beyond their doors just before an unknown assailant pulled them screaming from their rooms. Subsequent memories went dark.

As the doctor investigated the phenomenon, she discovered a history of missing people and bizarre activity from the region, dating back to the 1960s. The more she dug, the more she believed the unbelievable: Her patients’ stories were not false memories, but comprehensive evidence of alien abductions.

Sampling of Actual Reported Alien Activity in Aleaska

In February 1965, an Air Force officer and flight crew, en route from Anchorage to Japan, obtained a radar-visual sighting of three enormous objects. The UFOs paced the F-169 freighter aircraft over the Pacific and disappeared at a speed of at least 1,500 mph.

Air Force Lt. Col. Wendelle C. Stevens’ testimonials of gun-camera footage that captured flying saucers over Alaskan airspace and a mid-flight disappearance in 1972 of Alaska’s U.S. State Sen. Nick Begich are but a sampling of the stories of extraterrestrial presence.

In November 1986, in airspace off the coast of Anchorage, Captain Kenju Terauchi and the crew of Japan Airlines Flight 1628 reported a massive extraterrestrial “mother ship” two times the size of an aircraft carrier. Their insistence was backed up by radar returns.

Two New TV Spots

Source: Bloody Disgusting

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