The Fourth Kind Trailer Starring Milla Jovovich


I’ve always felt that alien abduction movies can be extremely terrifying if done well, although I must admit, it’s been a few years since Fire in the Sky first scared the crap out of me. This particular genre of horror flick seems to have died along with The X-Files in the late ’90s and I’m not quite sure why. I guess we’ve been too busy worrying about zombie plagues and home invasions to concern ourselves with little green men as well.

At any rate, Olatunde Osunsanmi’s The Fourth Kind looks like it could bring back alien abductions in a big way, and personally I’m all for it. The movie stars Milla Jovovich as a psychotherapist who interviews abductees in Nome, Alaska. This is another one of these horror movies that vaguely claims to be based on a true story, although there doesn’t seem to be any strong evidence of that fact. Either way, I did think the trailer was pretty creepy. Osunsanmi previously directed a horror movie called WIthIN, and is supposedly a protege of Joe Carnahan (Smokin’ Aces), who is also a producer on the flick. The Fourth Kind hits theatres on November 6th; check out the trailer after the jump.

  • Damndirtyape

    I could watch Milla pretty much do anything, even prance around in a post-apocalyptic world killing zombies.

    Running around terrified from alien visitors is good too though.

  • This trailer scared the hell out of Anna. She claims that it is because the trailer is creepy. I think it is because she is a girl.

  • AlexG

    any movie that advertises itself with an aurora borealis shot in the trailer is one i’ll check out. the alien storyline and scrumptious Milla don’t hurt one bit, either.

  • modesilver

    trailer looks good. liked the fact that they didn’t actually show any aliens and still generated the thrill/fear.

  • bard

    love the x files. love fire in the sky. this looks pretty cool. excited for another movie this year.

  • Nome Resident

    What a hilariously inaccurate portrayal of my hometown. Nome doesn’t have trees, lawns, nice yards with white picket fences, or even paved driveways. What a joke. People should really do their research.

  • A currently savoonga resident

    Hah, this trailer made me giggle. We have all of one paved driveway, MAYBE thirty trees within 50 miles of Nome. Scratch that, 26, the DOT weed whacker took out a few last summer.

    This movie would be far more effective if they actually did an actual footage set in Nome. Broken glass, beer bottles, basketball, and the beach.

    That being said, my friends totally have a terrible sci-fi marathon every October, and it would appear that I already have 1 of the weekly movies already!!!

  • anonymous coward

    Guys, a movie about little grey/gray men performing anal probes into alaska folk and you cry about accuracy?

    c’mon people get real.

    Don’t you worst crap like Palin to worry about?

  • Felix

    This kind of publicity is completely unacceptable. It is one thing to simply lie about the truth of certain events, but to actually create websites and other sources that attempt to verify the lie should be illegal. How is anyone supposed to be able to conduct legitimate research when corporations can go around creating fake medical journal websites? Here is Universal Studios phone number – please call and complain about this blatant public manipulation: 818-777-1000