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Alien Abduction

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Basing on a real event in Brown Mountain in North Carolina, the film tells a family go on their holiday and then accidentally encounter a threat from aliens.
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Paste Magazine
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April 03, 2014

As a horror flick, even one held to the impossibly low standards of the found-footage variety, Alien Abduction fails to thrill or chill.
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FEARnet
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May 08, 2014

Today's lesson is "How not to make a found footage film."
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RogerEbert.com
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April 04, 2014

If you're going to go the found-footage route, you might as well try to find a new way to approach the material. Beckerman has.
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We Got This Covered
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April 02, 2014

Alien Abduction is the same found footage movie we've seen time and time again, just this time with aliens substituted in as the main antagonistic force.
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New York Times
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April 03, 2014

As on the nose as its title, Matty Beckerman's "Alien Abduction" repackages ancient legend for modern audiences in a found-footage story of streamlined efficiency.
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Under the Radar
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August 15, 2014

Alien Abduction isn't done poorly, per se, but it's not at all entertaining.
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Variety
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April 07, 2014

Bound to vanish as quickly as a fleetingly glimpsed UFO after a few close encounters with paying viewers.
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Nerdist
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April 05, 2014

Although the found-footage genre is growing increasingly stale, it can still provide some genuine - if cheap - thrills. Also, Alien Abduction hits this critic right in the nostalgia gland.
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Los Angeles Times
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April 03, 2014

As the found-footage horror genre reaches the please-lose-it-again point, "Alien Abduction" arrives to remind us how tedious the camping trip set-up has become as well.
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Shockya.com
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April 04, 2014

Eschewing more sophisticated and higher-degree-of-difficulty moodiness for lots of panicked thrashing about, this found-footage horror tale is an exercise in well-intentioned tedium.
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Hollywood Reporter
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April 04, 2014

Close encounters of the mediocre kind.
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Village Voice
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April 01, 2014

Credit this spirited, uncommonly effective found-footage thriller for breaking the templates promised by its genre and title.
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