The Fourth Kind (2009)

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In 1972, a scale of measurement was established for alien encounters. When a UFO is sighted, it is called an encounter of the first kind. When evidence is collected, it is known as an encounter of the second kind. When contact is made with extraterrestrials, it is the third kind. The next level, abduction, is the fourth kind. Modern-day, Alaska, where-mysteriously since the 1960s-a disproportionate number of the population has been reported missing every year. Despite multiple FBI investigations of the region, the truth has never been discovered. Here in this remote region, psychologist Dr. Abigail Tyler began videotaping sessions with traumatized patients and unwittingly discovered some of the most disturbing evidence of alien abduction ever documented. The Fourth Kind exposes the terrified revelations of multiple witnesses. Their accounts of being visited by alien figures all share disturbingly identical details, the validity of which is investigated throughout the film.
Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Awolowa Odusami
Corey Johnson as Tommy Fisher
Elias Koteas as Abel Campos
Milla Jovovich as Abbey Tyler / Herself
Will Patton as Sheriff August
Enzo Cilenti as Scott Stracinsky
Alisha Seaton as Cindy Stracinski
Eric Loren as Deputy Ryan
Mia McKenna-Bruce as Ashley Tyler
Tyne Rafaeli as Sarah Fisher
Raphaël Coleman as Ronnie Tyler
Charlotte Milchard as Dr. Abigail Tyler
Daphne Alexander as Theresa
Paul Stefanov as Timothy Fisher (as Pavel Stefanov)
Kiera McMaster as Joe Fisher
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Mr Tommy

As a retired fillmmaker, I found this story to be very interesting as I had an encounter of the First Kind when I was 20 years old of coming in contact within 200 ft. What I really liked about this story as it did not just feel like some movie made on stage.... This film included the actual footage, and by using it in conjuction with the story.... it made it even more believable. Most of these type of movies are more fiction than fact, and what made this film even better... it had fact with the story to back it up. So it allow you to become the believer or not. For myself, I am a TRUE believer as I have been for many many years now.... This film just took this belief a step further, and it gave me goosebumps as it was really CREEPY.... Make sure you see it from the beginning and do not get into the theatre late.... Enjoy!


I want to say "Must Go", but I can't because it is disturbing. Some scenes, especially the "archived" material are beyond creepy and surreal. I don't think it was aliens at all, but it came across as some type of demonic possession or possession caused by some type of ancient Nephilim. The fact that "it" is speaking in ancient Sumerian and says something translated to "I am God", it is in fact very Un-Godly, but of the Earth, even Interterrestrial as opposed to Extraterrestrial for some reason. I hope to God that something like this has never been true, but if it has, poor "Abigail" has lost some type of battle...against what no one knows.


After attending over 20 movies this year, this one was by far the best one yet. Based on real events, this movie really delivers. If you are a skeptic to begin with, you will probably walk away from the movie just thinking the lady is crazy. If you believe, this movie will further solidify your beliefs. This movie actually made the audience think and pay attention the whole time. You don't want to go to the bathroom or get a popcorn refill because you might miss something.....and trust me, it's good. The ending was sadr but I'm going to do lots of research now into the numerous disappearances and the Sumerian language. I find it fascinating that the FBI has been to Nome, AK so many times to investigate. What exactly is being investigated and why is it being covered up? I can't wait until this movie comes out on DVD!

Cal Varnson

I purposely avoided reading any reviews leading up to this movie as I wanted to go into the theater without any preconceived notions. I'm glad I did, because the overwhelming response to this movie is average at best. I disagree, I found it to be creative and compelling. The director does a very good job getting the audience to "believe" this story is factual. The archival footage is realistic and chilling and I found the story to be as believable as one can find an alien abduction film. I think this was an entertaining move and I recommend it to anyone that enjoys SciFi with the occassional spine tingling moments.


I was completely shocked and disturbed by this movie. I went expecting it to be another bad/cheesy horror flick, instead I was completely engaged and forced to get really honest with myself and answer some hard questions. I can't go into them here but I will say this, this is not your ordinary ET movie. It is based, from my own personal research and experience, on actual real life events. I predict we have not heard the end of this movie. I suspect there will be quite a buzz. I saw the movie twice on the same day, due to the fact that is was so disturbing. At times during the movie, I had completely zoned out, lost in my own thoughts and past experiences. It gave me more insight as well as left me wondering....have I been abducted? This is my honest question. I recently published my first book about the alien invasion based on dreams I had between 2004-2007, called Dreams & Visions of our Future. Watching this movie has forced me to take a second look.

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