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The Fourth Kind (2009) will be released on DVD and Blu-ray DVD on March 16, 2010. Both are available for pre-order from Amazon [ DVD / Blu-ray DVD ] and Amazon UK [ DVD / Blu-ray DVD ]. The DVD will include deleted scenes while the Blu-ray DVD will also include the following bonus features:

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The Fourth Kind starring Milla Jovovich arrives on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Download March 16th, 2010 from Universal Studios Home Entertainment.

Structured unlike any film before it, The Fourth Kind is a provocative thriller set in Nome, Alaska, where – mysteriously since the 1960s – a disproportionate number of the population has been reported missing every year. Despite multiple FBI investigations of the region, the truth has never been discovered.

Set in remote Alaska, psychologist Dr. Abigail Tyler (Jovovich) began videotaping sessions with traumatized patients and unwittingly discovered some of the most disturbing evidence of alien abduction ever documented. Using this never-before-seen archival footage alongside dramatizations, The Fourth Kind exposes the chilling truth behind these disappearances.

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Universal has announced plans to bring the 2009 Science FICTION film “The Fourth Kind” starring Milla Jovovich to Blu-ray Disc on March 16th. Tech specs for this include full 1080p Hi-Def video in the 2.35:1 aspect ratio and DTS-HD 5.1 Master Audio sound. The title is not yet available for pre-order but stay tuned and we will keep you updated. No real bonus materials here aside from the usual BD-Live with Pocket Blu App, D-BOX motion code and some “deleted scenes“.

Now, some of you may ask why I referred to this film in strong emphasis above about it being a work of fiction, despite it’s claims in it’s promotion about being based on true events. Below is something I took from IMDb’s FAQ section for the film regarding this. Have a look below and you’ll understand what I mean.

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Latest thriller provides anxious audiences with close encounters of ‘The Fourth Kind’

Who — or what — is the cause of the many disappearances in Nome, Alaska? In his new film, “The Fourth Kind,” rookie writer-director Olatunde Osunsanmi points the finger at aliens. Although the film shows alleged archival footage re-enacted by actress Milla Jovovich (“Resident Evil”) and others, the facts still remain unclear.

Initially, this film seems like a groundbreaking exposé of a government cover-up, especially when mulling over the evidence put forward. Between 1960 and 2004, many Alaskan citizens went missing. In total, there were 24 disappearances and much of the town thought it was the work of a serial killer. Officials from the FBI investigated the various cases, deeming “excessive alcohol consumption and the [harsh] winter climate” as the probable cause. Osunsanmi apparently disagrees. His movie, “The Fourth Kind,” attempts to reveal the truth behind the supposed cover-up once and for all. With all the hype surrounding the film, it’s quite a stretch to expect viewers to believe aliens caused it all. Or is it?

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4thkindTHE FOURTH KIND is an incredibly unsatisfying alien abduction movie. Unsatisfying because it has neither an alien or an abduction!

In Nome, Alaska, people under hypnosis remember being abducted by aliens who first notice they are being watched by an owl--that is not an owl. After seeing this boring flick, I would be amazed if owls want to watch it (even if they are not owls).

The title comes from categories of alien contact. The beginning of this film is strange. Actress Milla Jovovich walks out in an Alaskan forest to explain that she's going to be playing Dr. Abigail Tyler. Then for the next 10 minutes, we see purportedly real footage of the 'real' Tyler, sometimes in split screen with Milla Jovovich. While that sounds interesting, it really isn't--it's distracting and the people look nothing like who they are playing.

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We viewers can't tell exactly what is so frightening in the below clip, the latest in our week of Halloween exclusives, from "The Fourth Kind," directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi. Maybe Milla Jovovich can't either, but she at least knows it's "not an owl." Whatever it is, it scared the crap out of her. That scream is impressive.

It was 32 years ago that director Steven Spielberg introduced viewers to the "third kind" of extraterrestrial encounter -- contact -- in "Close Encounters of the Third Kind." The title "The Fourth Kind" refers to the next stage in encountering aliens: abductions. The movie, based on fact, looks at a small Alaska town where a string of alien-related disappearances occurred.

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The abduction movie The Fourth Kind has been steadily gaining some hype, and after a few trailers and TV spots hit the net, we get a clip from the actual movie. In the above video, Milla Jovovich’s character sits on her bed as she listens to a woman recount her alien abduction, with sharply cut flashbacks showing the tale as the abductee catatonically tells her story. That’s pretty much what The Fourth Kind seems to offer: stories from people in Alaska that have been abducted by aliens in the night. But considering that it’s based on a true story, we can honestly say that it has the potential to pull off the effort quite nicely. The flick hits theaters November 6th.


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