Alien Nation: Dark Horizon

Synopsis: Followup movie to the TV series about 250,000 aliens, or "Newcomers" as they are known, who have settled alongside the humans in California. Most of the Newcomers were slaves, and the Overseers are now looking for them. They send Ahpossno to earth to locate the slaves to take them back to the ship.
Genre: Drama, Sci-Fi
Director(s): Kenneth Johnson
Production: 20th Century Fox Television
  Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 win.
 
IMDB:
6.7
Year:
1994
90 min
27 Views


[P. A... Female Speaking

In Tenctonese]

[P. A... Male Speaking

In Tenctonese]

[P. A... Female Continues

In Tenctonese]

[Speaking Tenctonese]

- [Grunting]

- [Shouting]

[Beeping]

[Tenctonese]

Hmm?

[Female Reporter]

This is not a hoax.

[Reporters Voices

Overlapping]

[Male Reporter]

We are live-

[Narrator]

California's Mojave Desert, five years ago-

our historic first view

of the alien ship Gruza.

Theirs was a slave ship...

carrying a quarter-million Tenctonese bred

to adapt and labor in any environment.

Physically stronger than human beings,

with keener senses and two hearts...

these alien Newcomers have joined

the California workforce...

including

the L.A. Police Department.

They've been

welcomed by many...

- but feared and hated by so-called Purists.

- [Shouting]

With no way to leave Earth, the Tenctonese

Newcomers have become the latest edition...

to the population

of Los Angeles.

[Tenctonese]

[Tenctonese]

[Tenctonese]

[Radio:
Female

Speaking Tenctonese]

[Radio. Female Continues

In Tenctonese]

- I want something that smells good.

- How about these roses?

- No, no. It has to be alive.

- For a Newcomer?

Hey, what do you got?

These daffodils are nice.

And you can plant the bulbs.

- Fine.

- Excuse me.

Kermit, could you

put a bow around these?

Hey, whoa, whoa, whoa.

I don't want a slag touching my stuff.

Mom, they're so cool!

You didn't see them.

Everybody's got 'em.

I don't care, Em.

Jill's got a pair.

Forget it!

I'm not buying you those boots.

- [Cooing]

- I'm not paying $300 for a pair of boots.

I'll pay half!

Please?

[Engine Off]

- [Beeps]

- Hi, Meemoo. It's George.

It's 4:
30.

I'll be leaving in about an hour.

I'll pick up some bladder

and ligaments for dinner.

- Bladder again?

- [Beeps]

Going to the gym.

Might be late. Bye.

- [Doorbell Rings]

- [Female Computer Voice] Visitor, front door.

Yes?

For a, uh,

Detective Francisco?

That's my husband.

Please sign here.

Vessna's asleep.

I'm gonna watch TV.

[Susan]

There you go.

Enjoy.

Thank you.

Who sent flowers to Dad?

Let your father

open that!

- [Inhales]

- [Inhales]

[Echoing]

Mom?

The police said

to stay back!

[Radio. Police Dispatcher,

Indistinct]

Got it.

Comin'through.

[Vessna Crying]

Detective, can you tell us

what caused the illness?

Detective Francisco, we understand

the flowers were sent to you.

- Do you have any idea who sent them?

- Leave us alone!

- Detectivel

- [Second Reporter] What's the prognosis?

Detective,

do you have a comment?

Any comments?

Please?

- Detective Francisco!

- [Vessna Continues Crying]

Can you tell us

what exactly happened?

[Radio. Police Dispatcher,

Indistinct]

Zapeda!

What the hell happened here?

Two-seventeen, Captain.

Looks like Susan and Emily were poisoned.

When I got home,

Emily was still conscious.

She said a delivery man brought flowers

to the house, and when she smelled themm-

George,

I'm so sorry.

- Was the delivery man Newcomer or human?

- Human.

A neighbor saw him leave.

He didn't seem to be suffering any ill effects.

Officer!

Get away from there!

All right.

Until we know

what we are dealing with...

I want to keep all Newcomer personnel

away from the scene of the crime.

Put Emily and Susan

in full isolation.

- [Vessna Crying]

- Come on, George.

You and your son ride with me

to the hospital.

[Officer On Bullhorn]

Clear the areal Please stay backl

[Panting]

- [Slams]

- [Chuckles]

[Water Running]

[Water Off]

[Knocking On Door]

Aaah!

[Laughs]

I'm late.

I just got home.

There was this anti-Malathion

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Rockne S. O'Bannon

Rockne S. O'Bannon is an American television writer, screenwriter and producer. O'Bannon has created five original television series (Farscape, seaQuest, Defiance, Cult, and Alien Nation). O'Bannon made his writing debut selling spec material to NBC's Amazing Stories (1985) and CBS's The Twilight Zone (1985), but first garnered critical attention for his film Alien Nation (1988) and its subsequent spinoff television show. His next notable achievement was his original series seaQuest DSV (1993) which ran for three seasons. O'Bannon's most critically acclaimed success was the space epic Farscape on Syfy (1999–2003) which ran for four seasons and spun off into a mini-series, a comic book series, and a rumored film. Since Farscape, he's created the TV show Defiance (2013) and CW's Cult (2013), the miniseries The Triangle (2005), along with helping to write the Warehouse 13 (2009) pilot. He's also written and produced for Constantine, Revolution and V among others. O'Bannon prides himself on creating "shows that truly aren't like anything else" and pushing the boundaries of the science fiction genre. He's won multiple Saturn Awards (including best series for Farscape) and been nominated for other awards such as a Hugo Award and a WGA Award. more…

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