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Alien & Predator Collection - all the movies + Alien vs. Predator + Prometheus

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Alien & Predator Collection - all the movies + Alien vs. Predator + Prometheus
Alien & Predator Collection - all the movies + Alien vs. Predator + Prometheus
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All 4 original Alien movies on DVD (9 discs) PLUS all the original Predator movies PLUS "Alien vs. Predator 1 & 2" 3-disc set PLUS "Prometheus" prequel (single disc). 16 discs total! No case - discs ship in a protective DVD holder, with disc artwork. 
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ALIEN QUADRILOGY... 

Discs 1-2: Alien (1979) Theatrical version (117 min.) 2003 director's cut (137 min.) Commentary by Ridley Scott and technical crew 1.85 anamorphic, English 5.1 DTS, English 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 2.0 Surround, THX Certified Preproduction: Star Beast (developing the story), First Draft of Screenplay by Dan O'Bannon, The Visualists (direction and design), Ridleygrams (original thumbnails & notes), storyboard archive, Art of Alien (Cobb, Foss, Giger, Moebius), Truckers in Space (casting), Sigourney Weaver's screen test with optional commentary by Ridley Scott, cast portrait gallery Production: Fear of the Unknown (Shepperton Studios, 1978), production gallery, The Darkest Reaches (Nostromo and alien planet), The Sets of Alien, The Eighth Passenger (creature design), The Chestburster (creature design) Post-Production: Future Tense (music and editing), 8 deleted scenes, visual effects gallery (photo archive), A Nightmare Fulfilled (reaction to the film), poster explorations, special shoot, premiere 

Discs 3-4: Aliens (1986) Theatrical version (137 min.) 1991 special edition (154 min.) Commentary by Michael Biehn, Jenette Goldstein, Carrie Henn, Terry Henn, Lance Henriksen, Gale Anne Hurd, Pat McClung, Bill Paxton, Dennis Skotak, Robert Skotak and Stan Winston 2.35 anamorphic, English 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 2.0 Surround, THX Certified Pre-Production: 57 Years Later (continuing the story), Original Treatment: by James Cameron, Building Better Worlds (from concept to construction), The Art of Aliens (conceptual art portfolio), Pre-Vis Anamatics Preparing for Battle (casting & characterization), Cast Portait (still gallery) Production: This Time It's War (Pinewood Studios, 1985) Production Gallery (photo archive), Continuity Polaroids, The Risk Always Lives (weapons and action), Weapons and Vehicles (photo archive), Bug Hunt (creature design), Beauty and the Bitch (Power Loader vs. Queen Alien), Stan Winston's Workshop (photo archive), Two Orphans (Sigourney Weaver and Carrie Henn) Post-Production: The Final Countdown (music, editing and sound), The Power of Real Tech (visual effects), Visual Effects Gallery (photo archive), Aliens Unleashed (reaction to the film), Film Finish & Release, Easter egg (A Boy and His Power Loader) 

Discs 5-6: Alien 3 (1992) Theatrical version (114 min.) 2003 special edition (restored work print version) (155 min.) Commentary by Terry Rawlings and crew Pre-Production: Development (concluding the story), Tales of the Wooden Planet (Vincent Ward's vision), The Art of Aceron (conceptual art portfolio), pre-production part III featurette, storyboards, Art of Fiorina, Xeno-Erotic (H.R. Giger's redesign featurette) Production: Production part I featurette, Production Gallery (photo archive), Furnace Construction (time-lapse sequence), Adaptive Organism (creature design), ADI Workshop, E.E.V. Scan Multi-Angle Vignette, Production part II Post-Production: Post-Production part I, Optical Fury (visual effects), Music, Editing and Sound, Visual Effects (photo archive), Post-Mortem (reaction to the film), Special Shoot 

Discs 7-8: Alien Resurrection (1997) Theatrical version (109 min.) 2003 special edition (119 min.) Commentary by Jean Pierre Junet and crew Intro (extended cut only) 2.35 anamorphic, English 5.1 DTS, English 5.1 Dolby Digital, Spanish 2.0 Surround, THX Certified Pre-Production: From the Ashes (reviving the story), First Draft Screenplay by Joss Whedon, French Twist (direction and design), Under the Skin (casting and characterization), Test Footage #1 (hair/makeup), ADI Effects, Mark Carro Photo Gallery, The Art of Resurrection (conceptual art gallery), storyboards, Pre-Visualizations (multi-angle rehearsals) Production: Death from Below (underwater photography), In the Zone (the basketball scene), production gallery (photo archive), Unnatural Mutation (creature design), ADI Workshop, ADI Test Footage Post-Production: Genetic Composition (music), Virtual Aliens (computer generated imagery), A Matter of Scale (miniature photography), Visual Effects Gallery (photo archive), Critical Juncture (reaction to the film), Special Shoot (promotional photo archive), Easter egg (Alien extra) 

Disc 9: Bonus disc Alien: Alien Legacy , Alien Evolution, Experience in Terror (promotional featurette '79), Ridley Scott Q&A Alien Laser Disc Archive: Part I (pre-production), Part II (production), Part III (post-production), theatrical trailer A, theatrical trailer B, TV spot (Egg), TV spot (Now Playing) ALIENS: Aliens Laser Disc Archive: Part I (pre-production), Part II (production), Part III (post-production), theatrical trailer A, teaser trailer, domestic trailer, international trailer, TV spot (Now Playing) ALIEN 3: 6 trailers, 7 TV spots ALIEN RESURRECTION: Theatrical teaser, 2 theatrical trailers, 4 TV spots, Bob Burns Alien Collection Dark Horse Still Gallery DVD-ROM (script to screen comparison) 

ALIEN VS. PREDATOR: 2-disc set, includes bonus features. The sudden discovery of a pyramid frozen under the ice of Antartica results in the dispatchment of a team of scientists and adventurers to investigate. Once they enter the underground pyramid, the team comes face to face with an ancient battle between two alien species - a battle that will come to a head on Earth. 

Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem (2007):

Set immediately after the prior film, the Predalien hybrid aboard the Predator scout ship, which just separated from the mothership of the prior film, has grown to full adult size and sets about killing the Predators aboard the ship, causing it to crash in Gunnison, Colorado. The last survivor activates a distress beacon with a video of the Predalien, which is received by a veteran Predator on the Predator homeworld, who sets off towards Earth to "clean up" the infestation. When it arrives, the Predator tracks the Aliens into a section of the sewer below town. He removes evidence of their presence as he goes by using a corrosive blue liquid. It uses a laser net to try to contain the creatures, but the Aliens still manage to escape into the town above. The Predator fashions a plasma pistol from its remaining plasma caster and hunts Aliens all across town (accidentally cutting the power to the town in the process). During a confrontation with human survivors, the Predator loses its plasma pistol. The Predator then fights the Predalien singlehandedly, and the two mortally wound one another just as the US air force drops a tactical nuclear bomb on the town, incinerating both combatants, the Predalien's warriors and hive, as well as the few remaining humans in the city. The salvaged plasma pistol is then taken to Ms. Yutani.


PROMETHEUS: Ridley Scott, director of "Alien" and "Blade Runner," returns to the genre he helped define. With PROMETHEUS, he creates a groundbreaking mythology, in which a team of explorers discover a clue to the origins of mankind on Earth, leading them on a thrilling journey to the darkest corners of the universe. There, they must fight a terrifying battle to save the future of the human race.

Predator (1987):

A Covert-Ops U.S. Special Forces Unit, led by Major Alan "Dutch" Schaefer is on a mission in Central America when they encounter an alien who hunts them for sport.

Predator 2 (1990):

In 1997, a different Predator arrives in Los Angeles and begins hunting violent gang members, drawing the attention of the local police force. The creature itself is in turn being hunted by a secretive government task-force seeking to capture it for study.

Predators (2010):

In 2009, it was announced that Robert Rodriguez would relaunch the franchise.[3] Rodriguez had written a script titled Predators before he had filmed Desperado. In 2009, 20th Century Fox studio executive Alex Young called Rodriguez to consider using his treatment as the basis of reviving the individual Predator franchise.[4] Writer Alex Litvak was hired to write the screenplay.[5] Nimród Antal was signed on to direct the film. The film is set on a Predator game reserve planet, where a group of soldiers battle for their lives against the creatures.[6] The film stars Adrien Brody,[7] Alice BragaDanny TrejoWalt GogginsOleg TaktarovTopher Grace,[8] Mahershalalhashbaz AliLouis Ozawa Changchien[9] and Laurence Fishburne.

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