ABDUCTION 1 & ABDUCTION 2 - THE SEQUEL

"Abduction 1 and 2 are now available on Amazon Prime. Three hours of horror blended with dark humour. Watch back to back as the beautiful spoilt Hive Queen and her Alien Grey lackeys abduction earth women and inseminate them with their deadly centipedes in a bid to create a race of Hybrid  Alien-Grey-Humans!"

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Release date:  2017

Status: Released 

Watch on Vimeo On demand - Worldwide. (click the trailer below!)

Abduction is a movie farce - a comedy characterised by broad satire and improbable situations which  invites you to join in with the actors and crew in an entertaining romp into a world of conspiracy theories, horror movies, zombies, aliens, media sensationalism, new technology hype, and return to the innocent B horror movie world of the 50's and 60's. Made with a satirical eye and aimed at being a slap in the face to the status quo of our modern world. An Indie film so very different to main stream 'forever-sodes' and a joy for anyone fed up with same old stuff, repeated plots, and the franchising of contemporary movies to sell Christmas toys and tee-shirts. Horrifically funny. Satirically accurate. Entertaining. Politically incorrect. 100% about the mood of change sweeping the world. A film within a film within a plot within our heads. Time to let go of reality, anxiety, media-led fears and instead smile and party with the actors and crew of the movie.

Reviews

Top customer reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars. Excellent movie

By ALAN BROOKE on 14 July 2017

Format: Amazon Video|Verified Purchase

Excellent performance from all cast members very professional acting from all cast excellent movie by Mol smith

4.0 out of 5 stars. The funny side of alien abduction

By Michael Haberfelner on 13 July 2017

Format: Amazon Video

If ever you've laughed about a conspiracy theory and/or find alien abduction stories a bit ridiculous ... you'll probably find at least something to laugh about in Abduction, and likewise if you like your science fiction with a grain of salt, or are just into slightly odd comedy. Basically, this is a movie that pokes good fun at the whole alien abduction myth (and it's science fiction roots and branches), with some jokes being a bit on the crude and puerile side, others quite sophisticated, with quite a bit of slapstick and sight gags thrown in just for good measure - and the outcome is a quite weird mish-mash that works quite beautifully thanks to a stringent story that's still full of surprises and a competent ensemble that doesn't overdo it while obviously being in on the joke.

Basically, just sit back and enjoy!

5.0 out of 5 stars. A great, innovative and wonderfully eerie production

By Amazon Customer on 30 June 2017

Format: Amazon Video

A great, innovative and wonderfully eerie production. A tribute to the independent horror films out there. Loved the fact it was an alien based film which isn't always the creature we come across in horror. A nice change and a good laugh. A fun film for those who enjoy a little dark comedy, a bit of gooeyness and special effects. An intriguing film that will be watched again.

5.0 out of 5 stars. A really wonderful Indy sci fi comedy film

By Ken Bon 10 July 2017

Format: Amazon Video

A really wonderful Indy sci fi comedy film. I really enjoyed watching it very much and look forward to the sequel to see where the story line will take us. For a low budget film, the cast and crew have done very well.

5.0 out of 5 stars. Suspend disbelief and enjoy.

By Andrew Lownie on 29 June 2017

Format: Amazon Video

An affectionate tribute to science fiction and horror B movies full of clever special effects and imagination. Suspend disbelief and enjoy.

Title: Abduction
Genre: Science Fiction, Parody, Comedy, Horror, Cult
Production: Onview Films
Directors/Writers: Maurice Smith, Mol Smith
Stars: Karolina Antosik, Tessa McGinn, Kemal Yildirim (…full cast and crew at IMDB)

Abduction is a clever romp into the unknown realms of alien abduction, sexuality, violence and interdimensional rivalry.

Essentially a spoof, I couldn’t help get the feeling that, underneath all the camp, a deeper significance just waits to be discovered.

The film can be taken on several levels. As parody, imagine Rocky Horror Picture Show meets Repo! The Genetic Opera. On another level, Abduction probes the oft unspoken sexual undercurrents in alien abduction lore. In that sense, it’s almost Freudian.

But Abduction doesn’t stop there. Sci-fi fans will appreciate its look at interdimensional affairs. That is, if aliens exist, how might things actually work out there?


The Hive Queen argues with an ET

The story hinges on a hauntingly beautiful Hive Queen who wants to colonize the earth by creating hybrids.

She’s a hybrid herself but imperfect. She can’t have kids. So she does her evil best to create hybrids to take over the planet.

Kemal Yildirim plays a doctor, Asil, who heals abductees with the most unusual treatments. Meanwhile, a government man (Thorson), a psychiatrist (Melissa) and Asil use high tech meds to try to track victims, with comical side effects.

Any more plot summary would be a spoiler. But I will say that Abduction is relatively easy to follow – we’re never left hanging too long – and it does have a nice, trick ending.


The Doctor with Bozena

Okay so I loved it to bits, right?

Well, no film entirely pleases me and Abduction is no exception.

My nitpicky side felt that an outdoor scene with Thorson and Melissa had a slightly rushed dialog. But things level out as the pair move indoors. And as a send-up, a touch of forced dialog is par for the course. Some might find it just adds to the laughs. It certainly does with the Hive Queen, who obviously hams it up.

Abduction also has its fair share of partial nudity and grotesque scenes, the horrific being more in-your-face than the sensual.

I wasn’t too hot on the blood and gore. But I realize this is important to horror fans. I just flick my Vulcan “inner eyelid” whenever something rubs me the wrong way, be it in Abduction, Game of Thrones, whatever.


Thorson, the Doctor and Melissa

The graphics range from intentionally retro (say, 1960s Twilight Zone and Batman) to state-of-the-art blasters, beams and shimmering pod bay doors.

Like the graphics, the soundtrack is a curious mix of old and new. High-end cinematic effects mingle with catchy pop tunes and 8-bit video game sounds.

The ongoing tension between parody and depth along with variable production values keeps this quirky film fresh. Abduction is well the worth the watch, even if you’re not a cult or Indie movie fan. Not constrained by big budget, Hollywood expectations, it’s free to be what it wants to be.

The story hinges on a hauntingly beautiful Hive Queen who wants to colonize the earth by creating hybrids.

She’s a hybrid herself but imperfect. She can’t have kids. So she does her evil best to create hybrids to take over the planet.

Kemal Yildirim plays a doctor, Asil, who heals abductees with the most unusual treatments. Meanwhile, a government man (Thorson), a psychiatrist (Melissa) and Asil use high tech meds to try to track victims, with comical side effects.

Any more plot summary would be a spoiler. But I will say that Abduction is relatively easy to follow – we’re never left hanging too long – and it does have a nice, trick ending.

 

The Doctor with Bozena

Okay so I loved it to bits, right?

Well, no film entirely pleases me and Abduction is no exception.

My nitpicky side felt that an outdoor scene with Thorson and Melissa had a slightly rushed dialog. But things level out as the pair move indoors. And as a send-up, a touch of forced dialog is par for the course. Some might find it just adds to the laughs. It certainly does with the Hive Queen, who obviously hams it up.

Abduction also has its fair share of partial nudity and grotesque scenes, the horrific being more in-your-face than the sensual.

I wasn’t too hot on the blood and gore. But I realize this is important to horror fans. I just flick my Vulcan “inner eyelid” whenever something rubs me the wrong way, be it in Abduction, Game of Thrones, whatever.

 

Thorson, the Doctor and Melissa

The graphics range from intentionally retro (say, 1960s Twilight Zone and Batman) to state-of-the-art blasters, beams and shimmering pod bay doors.

Like the graphics, the soundtrack is a curious mix of old and new. High-end cinematic effects mingle with catchy pop tunes and 8-bit video game sounds.

The ongoing tension between parody and depth along with variable production values keeps this quirky film fresh. Abduction is well the worth the watch, even if you’re not a cult or Indie movie fan. Not constrained by big budget, Hollywood expectations, it’s free to be what it wants to be.

 

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