Due to political pressure from the American public, the Air Force has decided to allow two well-known reporters limited access to the most secretive base on the planet. But when one of the base’s “long-term visitors” exploits this unprecedented visit as a chance to liberate himself and his fellow alien captives, Area 51 turns from a secure government base to a horrifying destination of terror.

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Shekinah W (ag) wrote: it's funny and I love you Dylan Schmid

XxBlack R (ag) wrote: soooooooo funny...... u have to watch it

Karen H (fr) wrote: 2013-11-24 reelz dish

Andrew M (fr) wrote: Steven Soderbergh's directorial debut is a really solid film that essentially jumpstarted indie, low-budget filmmaking. At its core, this is a slow-burn sex-based drama that is surprisingly tension filled, and it does this in a subtle manner that really works for the film. It's not overly sex-driven, in the way Basic Instinct or films of that nature are sex-driven, however: instead, it's almost a character study, with sex as a major focal point. The four main performances are good across the board, but it's James Spader who steals the show, in a nuanced performance that adds so much to his mysterious character. Soderbergh's screenplay is fascinating, and his direction and camerawork is unsurprisingly great, but even more so due to the film's low budget. While the first act is a little slow, once Sex, Lies, and Videotape gets in motion, it's a powerful drama that shouldn't be missed.

Justin W (es) wrote: it's a film about an evil fetus...said fetus makes some dude kill people. it's pretty neat and morbid and grand. it's my first viewing of a japanese horror film (unless you count atomic monster movies) and i can tell ya'll this much...it's made me want to seek out and find more. it's good stuff.

Artur C (ag) wrote: Far from the typical Hitchcock's political spy thriller.