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Rated TV14LV and running at 2 hours 30 minutes without commercials. Only released on certain special edition versions of Alien, there is a second side shot of the Nostromo passing by. This shot was originally intented to show just how enormous the Nostromo's cargo was which supposedly is over a mile in length but was removed because the size of the cargo really isn't that important and the scene was really long. Ridley Scottfor the Director's Cut, slashed 10 to 15 seconds off many scenes, supposedly because he felt they dragged on a little too long.
However, in a interview, the director remarked that he had been unhappy about The Director's Cut, feeling that the original was "pretty flawless" and that the additions were merely a marketing tool. Extra scenes in the 25th Anniversary Edition: Lambert slapping Ripley in the face before being restrained by Parker and Brett outside the infirmary.
Brett's blood falling on Parker as he is carried off by the Alien into the heating ducts. Ripley finding Brett and Dallas cocooned while trying to make it to the shuttle craft.
Kane pulls out and sets down a weapon of some kind while investigating the alien eggs. Also included in the Director's Cut is a scene where the crew listen to the alien signal and discuss the nature of the planet just before they prepare to land.
Scenes trimmed or deleted in the 25th Anniversary Edition: The camera panning right towards Alien Radio - Various - 78 Crew (Vinyl) before he goes into the hallway to talk to Mother. After Ash losses contact with Dallas and crew after they walk into the Derelict ship, the last shot looking back at Ash's face is cut.
The shot looking at Dallas climbing up the Space Jockey. Some shots of Kane being lowered down into the Egg Chamber are trimmed.
The Alien Radio - Various - 78 Crew (Vinyl) of Ash leaving the Medical room after talking with Ripley. Dialogue between Ripley and Dallas discussing Ripley's distrust in Ash is Alien Radio - Various - 78 Crew (Vinyl). The beginning shot of Ripley, Parker, and Brett searching down the corridor for the Alien.
The shot with Ripley saying 'Open the Door. The last moments of Brett soaking his face. After the crew discusses the Vent plan, the shot of the Nostromo traveling through space is cut. The whole scene with Dallas talking to Mother on how he should neutralize the Alien. Some shots of Dallas crawling down the vent are trimmed. The shot of Parker going to refuel the Flame-throwers. Ripley going to talk to Mother just shows her walking to the door instead of getting the key.
Shots of Ripley leaving the Mother Chamber. The sequence where Ripley, Parker, and Lambert walking through the hallway has been trimmed. Ripley preparing the shuttle has been trimmed. Certain shots of Ripley running through the corridors after the self-destruct has been activated have been trimmed. Effects, and Sound Effects changed in the 25th Anniversary Edition: While Ripley is contacting traffic control now, the last shot of the Nostromo in space now has a star field where there was just a Black Background.
The Alien Transmission and the keyboard button sound effects are much different from the original deleted scene, Alien Radio - Various - 78 Crew (Vinyl). The shot of the Nostromo rolling 92 degrees to port now features a star field to the left of the planet where there was just black. When parker gets drenched in Brett's blood, the sound effects of the cattle prod hitting the ground is different the original deleted scene.
When Ripley tries to contact Lambert and Parker through the coms after leaving Mother's chamber, static can be heard when she tries a different channel.
Other changes in the Director's Cut: As in the Theatrical Version, Brett stops in the the landing strut chamber to wet his face during the sequence where he is searching for Jones the cat. In the Directors Cut, we see a shot looking up at the landing strut with the Alien rather unexpectedly in the foreground, head bowed, swaying from side to side.
Another change concerning Jones the cat: when Ripley encounters the Alien in the corridor having just set the self-destruct sequence, instead of the Alien looking curiously at Jones in his cat box, it gives him a brief glance before violently swatting the box aside. This explains why in both versions of the film the cat box is flipped on its side and not where Alien Radio - Various - 78 Crew (Vinyl) left it when she returns to collect Jones. Many of the restored scenes have alternate takes or even total re-edits from the deleted scenes on the Laserdisc and original DVD releases.
The cocoon scene is a great example of this; originally opened with flat, static shots of Ripley clumsily descending a ladder, now opens with a low-angle tracking shot of Ripley descending much more smoothly.
Edit page. Alien Did You Know? Share this page:. There was the case of Octavio Ortiz, a Chilean who said he received ham radio communications from "Ariel," a voice that claimed to be "not of this world [and yet] belonged to humankind. Corrales noted that a ufologist who studied the incident, found that other ham radio operators in the area reported interference during that time frame.
The newsletter goes on to site the case of "Alicia" a woman from Rosario, Argentina a city with a large number of FM stations who while riding a public bus and listening to her Walkman radio, suddenly heard the music drastically change to a foreign language choral piece. According to her account, she became paralyzed in a white fog, and was temporarily transported to a spacecraft. Speaking in a "cold metallic voice," which claimed to be of extraterrestrial origin, it declared to the host "I have not phoned you, I am speaking by thought-transference guided by computer.
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Jun 01, · In a fascinating survey published in Fate Magazine, Scott Corrales chronicled reports of anomalous or alien radio messages. There was the case of Octavio Ortiz, a Chilean who said he received ham radio communications from "Ariel," a voice that claimed to be "not of this world [and yet] belonged to humankind." In one instance in , a UFO appeared over Ortiz's home while Ariel was . The main title was inspired by the famous 'Gayane Ballet Suite (Adagio)', composed by Aram Khatchaturian and used in the movie ' A Space Odyssey' (the favourite movie of James Cameron). It was meant as a tribute to Stanley Kubrick. Another part of the theme is inspired by Jerry Goldsmith's music for 'Alien' () by Ridley Scott. Streaming music, Live and pre-recorded shows 24/7 from the dark side of the moon, we are Alien X Radio resistance is futile. We feature shows such as Vinnie And The Alien, Inside The Mothership, The AXR Top Ten Count Up, The John LeBang Show and lots more plus the best in undiscovered rock, hard rock and alternative day and night when there's not a show on.
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With a picture disc on one side and a standard vinyl release on the other it’s a unique piece of usable memorabilia for fans of the label. Kugeln is the work of Alien Radio (a.k.a Ulf Schütte) and focusses on the modular synthesiser for a playful, melodic piece of galactic wonder. Features a remix by Jem Circs. Out on vinyl 12” from Dekorder.
Oct 19, · Radio spot #1 for the film Alien from With a picture disc on one side and a standard vinyl release on the other it’s a unique piece of usable memorabilia for fans of the label. Kugeln is the work of Alien Radio (a.k.a Ulf Schütte) and focusses on the modular synthesiser for a playful, melodic piece of galactic wonder. Features a remix by Jem Circs. Out on vinyl 12” from Dekorder.
In April of Ridley Scott re-released Alien in 4K HDR for both the Theatrical version and the Director's Cut. The biggest changes to the film made were to the Director's Cut. The Cocoon scene with Dallas was omitted, along with various cuts and additional scenes added in for pacing purposes.
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