Disc One offers the first installment of one of the most popular science fiction/horror sagas ever made. Both the original 117-minute 1979 theatrical edition (with a deleted/extended scene index) and the 116-minute 2003 Director
Also available in the nine-disc "Alien Quadrilogy" DVD set. Individual editions also available in a version with a French-language alternate soundtrack.
Disc One offers the first installment of one of the most popular science fiction/horror sagas ever made: "Alien." A movie that shocked audiences with a terrifying spin on the future of mankind, moviegoers gripped their seats as the crew of the spaceship Nostromo square off against a horrific Alien from a desolate planet. And so began the quadrilogy. Both the original 117-minute 1979 theatrical edition (with a deleted/extended scene index) and the 116-minute 2003 Director
This new anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1-framed DVD picture is incredible. The planet
The 5.1 audio is a new remastering effort, sounding a bit louder in overall level than the previous DVD. There
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