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Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County (Alien Abduction: The McPherson Tape in Australia) is a pseudo-documentary horror film directed by Dean Alioto. It is a larger-budget version of The McPherson Tape, and originally aired on UPN on January 18, Kristian Ayre plays Tommy, a teenager in Lake County. UFO Abduction is a found footage/thriller film. Contents. [hide]. 1 Production ; 2 Release; 3 Remake; 4 Cast; 5 References; 6 External links. Production. UFO Abduction was written, directed, filmed, and produced by Dean Alioto, through IndieSyndicate Productions. The film presented as found footage, similar to. Drama · After a mysterious blackout, a son goes out to investigate and captures footage of actual aliens. When the aliens follow him and his brothers back to their home, all hell breaks loose.
Horror · On a typical fall evening in , a young man was videotaping his niece's 5th birthday party. As the night's strange occurrences took place, he kept his video camera running, recording .. The movie was very rare for years due to the master tape being destroyed in a warehouse fire shortly after being picked up for distribution. 22 Apr Sometime around , someone began distributing a bootleg copy of the film in UFO circles, where it was called The McPherson Tape. However, this copy edited out the opening and closing credit sequences and was passed off as an actual recording of an alien encounter. As Alioto used abduction. 23 Nov Cut to , and a deal with Dick Clark Productions was struck to remake the UFO Abduction as The McPherson Tape as UPN premiere movie. The budget was $ million dollars, a far cry from the original's $6, The title was changed to the far more straightforward Alien Abduction. The basic premise.
: Alien Abduction: Incident in Lake County [VHS]: Movies & TV. The Poughkeepsie Tapes (Bluray/DVD Combo) [Blu-ray] The film is shot entirely on home video tape, in a series of extended scenes, thus giving it an authentic amateur feel, and the limits of home video technology make the aliens appear.