The Ultimate Alien And Predator Collectors Edition DVD|
All seven films together for the first time! Films Comprise: 1. Alien (Dir. Ridley Scott 1979) 2. Aliens (Dir. James Cameron 1986) 3. Alien 3 (Dir. David Fincher 1992) 4. Alien Resurrection (Dir. Jean-Pierre Jeunet 1997) 5. Predator (Dir. John McTiernan 1987) 6. Predator 2 (Dir. Stephen Hopkins 1990) 7. Alien vs Predator (Dir. Paul W.S. Anderson 2004)from£4.99 | RRP:
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Box set featuring all seven movies from the &39;Alien&39; and &39;Predator&39; franchise In &39;Alien&39; (1979) when Kane (John Hurt) and the crew of the spaceship &39;Nostromo&39; investigate a transmission from a deserted planet he is attacked by an unknown organism which attaches itself to his face The crew cut the creature off but not before it has made Kane the host of a monstrous alien killer one which will hatch out through his stomach and proceed to hunt down the crew one by one In &39;Aliens&39; (1986) Officer Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) the sole survivor of the alien attack on the &39;Nostromo&39; awakes after 57 years in suspended animation when she is picked up by a salvage ship She is put to work by the Company but is horrified to discover that the planet where her ship picked up the original alien has now been colonised When contact with the colony is lost the Company send Ripley on an investigative mission with a team of hardened Space Marines In Alien 3&39; (1992) Ripley (Weaver) crash-lands on a mining colony planet worked by convicts While coping with the difficulties of being the only woman on a planet populated by hardened criminals Ripley comes across evidence that her nemesis the resilient alien may have accompanied her there In &39;Alien Resurrection&39; (1997) 200 years after Ellen Ripley (Weaver) died bearing the Alien Queen a group of scientists successfully produce a clone both of her and the alien The new Ripley is different to the original in several respects but some things never change It is not long before Ripley is forced to team up with a gang of smugglers to repel the acid-blooded killing machines In &39;Predator&39; (1987) Major Alan &39;Dutch&39; Schaefer (Arnold Schwarzenegger) and a band of mercenaries head into the Central American jungle to rescue some Americans from guerillas However there is an additional evil force at work in the jungle something not human The mercenaries are picked off one by one and soon Schaefer must face the alien predator alone In &39;Predator 2&39; (1990) crime-riddled futuristic Los Angeles becomes the target of an alien predator killing drug lords and police alike A maverick cop (Danny Glover) and a federal agent (Gary Busey) set out to capture the creature Finally in &39;Alien vs Predator&39; (2004) early in the 21st century billionaire Charles Weyland (Lance Hendriksen) is convinced that his satellite thermal imaging system has picked up evidence of an ancient life form buried under the ice in remotest Antarctica When a team of archaeologists sets out to investigate they find more than they had bargained for the ancient pyramid temple they discover contains evidence that the alien life form it contained could still be in existence They then find out from studying the hieroglyphics in the temple that an even greater threat is hanging over them a group of Predators - the feared intergalactic hunters - are on their way to earth to take part in a rite-of-passage battle with the aliens that could lay waste to the human race
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