Alien Domicile

Synopsis: After decades of conspiracy theories and shrouding secrecy, the CIA finally acknowledged the existence of Area 51. But that was all. The actions on the enigmatic military base continue to be unknown to this day. Now, a motley crew of military service members, government workers, and lowly technicians find themselves thrust into the center of the infamous site's darkest mysteries. Soon, they will know exactly what's happening there-for better or worse. While patrolling the territory's tunnel system, Master Sergeant Ryan Pierce leads his Special Forces unit head on into a bloody confrontation with something as horrific as it is indescribable. At the same time, another group awakens in a haze, miles underground. If it isn't the utter confusion that alerts them something's wrong, then it will certainly be the wave of hallucinations and illness that hits like an avalanche. The explanation is far worse than they could ever imagine.
Genre: Horror
Director(s): Kelly Schwarze
Production: Indie Film Factory
  1 win & 1 nomination.
88 min


S1, over.

Maintenance in three.

Copy that, return to...

Mama, are you lonely?

What is this?


Security police put us here.

It's either a drill or they

moved some stuff around on base.

Kind of messed up the way they do us,

but it's procedure.

They pretty much own you.

It's been three hours.

2 1/2.

How long do we sit here?

What's that?

This means I'm the procedure captain.

What's your name?

It's Hanna.

Are you holding up, LT?

I'm fine.

That cough don't sound too good.

You asthmatic?

Just nauseous.

Oh yeah?

Hey, where do I know you from?

Gail Sullivan.

Ah, yeah!

Special projects.

We worked together a year ago.

They still got you here, huh?

I thought they sent you

off to Nellis or something.

Russell Turner, civilian services.

Nice to see you again.

So what's your story, Miss Hanna?


I'm an auditor.



Oh, sh*t.

What they got you auditing?

You shutting us down?


Not that kind, I'm a security auditor.

I brief Congress on national

security vulnerabilities,

cyber security,

it's really boring stuff.


Yeah, well I was about to say,

I have a year before I retire,

so don't go laying me off

before I get there, now.

That's somebody else's job.

Now, if you're a security risk...


No way.


I used to be with the

128th Airborne Command.

Almost landed a job with the

Defense Department, actually.

Buddy of mine...


Talking about our jobs?

Life stories?

I'm afraid it's against the protocol.

Oh yeah?

And what you know about that?

Where you from?

That accent, Russian?

Ah, there's your security risk.

What'd you do, comrade, jump ship?

Uncle Sam promise you something?

Oh well.

Sh*t, I can't blame you.

I've been to Russia.

That's amazing.

Is there anything you haven't done?

So what's the score, man?


Aw, come on, man, you know

something we should know?

Backup generators.

So what?

Who gives a damn?

We're not in the north side of the base.

Aw, man, you're over-thinking it.

We're underground.

Hold up, man.

Hold up.

Just trying to figure out where we are.

Wait a minute, man.

Dimitri is my name.


You open this door and

you expose the rest of us

and I ain't letting that happen.

Should be out there with my team.

Right now, you're with my team

and you're gonna follow protocol.

Get back!

Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey.

He's right.

We don't know what's out there.

It's better if we just sit

tight for a few more minutes.

That's okay, it's okay.

Grab her legs.

Relax, relax.

You're fine.



- Hey, you little f***er.

- Hey.

Get back.


It ain't gonna happen, not on my watch.

I need some help here.

Son of a, get the f*** back.

Calm the f*** down.


I'm okay.

What's up?

Generators shouldn't be running means...

There is no power on the base.

What do you remember from this morning?

I don't remember anybody

drugging me or bringing me here.

What day is today?


It's Monday.

This morning, I had a breakfast

with my younger brother.

He's been dead for five years.

This morning didn't happen

the way we remember it.

You're dismissing me.

LT, I'm not dismissing you.

Trust me, I wouldn't do that.

I was all by myself.

No one has left the room.


Will you look?


Is there a Mr. Sullivan

I should be worried about?

Will you just look please?

Oh, okay.

What am I looking for?

Something like right here.


- Do you see it?

- Ah, wait, wait, wait.

I think you're right.


You do have something there.


What is it?

Right here.

A hickey.

Relax, there's nothing there.

Forget it.

- Come on now.

- No, it's fine.

Come on, LT.

Forget it.


What the hell are you doing?

What does it look like I'm doing?

You got two ladies in here, man.

Oh, sorry, Mr. Boss Man.

Do you mind if I take a piss?

Or should I hold it

for another four hours?

You little bastard.

Okay, everybody just stay put.


Everyone shut up.

We just wait.

There goes the gennies.


They're coming back on.

Okay, okay.

All right.

Get off of me!


Hanna, don't!

We don't know what's out there!

We don't know sh*t.

Mother f***er.

Think about it!

- You're making a mistake!

- Go, it's your chance!



Is anyone down there?


SP, open up!

SP, identify yourself.

Master Sergeant Pierce.

Open the door!

This is serious sh*t, open the door.

This is not a f***ing drill.

Open the door!

Come on, open up!

Open the door, god damn it!

Open the door!

SP, open the door.

Get the weapon, get the weapon.

Why were you running?


He asked you a question.

You were running from somebody, man.

There's a patrol about 15 minutes out.

What's your SC, Master Sergeant?

Level five under CCL.

Can you radio 'em?


Have at it.

They're blacked out.

Base command, Lieutenant Gail Sullivan.

Do you read? Over.

Base command, do you read?

- Over.

- They know where we are.

They'll get to us.

Can you at least tell

us the classification?


Classification for what?

Means the base has been evacuated.

But why?

Why were we sent here?

It doesn't matter.

We're safe here.

No, we're not.

- LT.

- Hey.

I'm fine.

I said I'm fine.

They'll come get us,

we just gotta stay put.

No one's coming.

We're in south secondary.

There are tunnels,

about five more stories

underground from where we are.

They go all the way to gate one.

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