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  • Release Date: 29 August 1986 (UK)
  • Runtime: 137 min | USA:154 min (1992 special edition)
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  • Rate: 8.5/10 total 337,610 votes 
  • Genre: Action | Adventure | Sci-Fi | Thriller
  • Release Date: 29 August 1986 (UK)
  • Runtime: 137 min | USA:154 min (1992 special edition)
  • Filming Location: Acton Lane Power Station, Acton Lane, Acton, London, England, UK
  • Budget: $18,500,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $85,200,000 (USA)
  • Director: James Cameron
  • Stars: Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, Carrie Henn | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: James Horner   
  • Sound Mix: 70 mm 6-Track (70 mm prints) | Dolby (35 mm prints)
  • Plot Keyword: Alien | Space Marine | Nightmare | Rescue | Rescue Mission

Aliens (1986) Writing Credits By:

  • James Cameron (story) and
  • David Giler (story) &
  • Walter Hill (story)
  • Dan O'Bannon (characters) and
  • Ronald Shusett (characters)
  • James Cameron (screenplay)

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  • Budget constraints meant that they could only afford to have six hypersleep capsules for the scenes set aboard the Sulaco. Aliens 1986 Clever placement of mirrors and camera angles made it look like there were 12. Aliens 1986 Each hypersleep chamber cost over $4,300 to build. Aliens 1986 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When filming the scene with Newt in the duct, Carrie Henn kept deliberately blowing her scene so she could slide down the vent, which she later called a slide three stories tall. Aliens 1986 James Cameron finally dissuaded her by saying that if she completed the shot, she could play on it as much as she wanted. Aliens 1986 She did, and he kept his promise. Aliens 1986 5 of 5 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Sigourney Weaver had initially been very hesitant to reprise her role as Ripley, and had rejected numerous offers from Fox Studios to do any sequels, fearing that her character would be poorly written, and a sub-par sequel could hurt the legacy of Alien (1979). Aliens 1986 However, she was so impressed by the high quality of James Cameron’s script – specifically, the strong focus on Ripley, the mother-daughter bond between her character and Newt, and the incredible precision with which Cameron wrote her character, that she finally agreed to do the film. Aliens 1986 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Except for a very small reference in Alien (1979), the special edition of this film is the first to reveal the name of ‘The Company’ as Weyland-Yutani. Aliens 1986 The name is clearly written on several pieces of equipment and walls in the colony during a pre-alien outbreak scene of the special edition. Aliens 1986 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The camo pattern worn by the Marines was custom made for the Film, but due to its similarity it is often confused for one called “frog and leaf,” which is no longer in production. Aliens 1986 4 of 4 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The “special edition” includes extra scenes: Newt’s parents discovering the abandoned alien ship on LV-426, scenes of Ripley discussing her daughter, Hudson bragging about his weaponry, robot sentry guns repelling first alien raid, and Hicks and Ripley exchanging first names. Aliens 1986 Also included is a scene on LV-426 where a child rides a low-slung tricycle similar to one ridden in The Terminator (1984), also directed by James Cameron. Aliens 1986 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The Alien nest set was kept intact after filming. Aliens 1986 It was later used as the Axis Chemicals set for Batman (1989). Aliens 1986 When the crew of Batman (1989) first entered the set, they found most of the Alien nest still intact. Aliens 1986 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The body mounts for Vasquez’s and Drake’s smart guns are taken from Steadicam gear. Aliens 1986 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • The word “fuck” is used 25 times in the film, 18 of them are spoken by Hudson. Aliens 1986 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • In an interview with Filmfone Sigourney Weaver said that each time one of the actors was to “die” she would give them a bouquet of flowers before filming began. Aliens 1986 When it was time for Paul Reiser to be killed she gave him a handful of dead blossoms. Aliens 1986 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

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Goofs: Revealing mistakes: Whilst Ferro is piloting the drop-ship down to the planetoid, on the computer screen showing navigation, the characters at the bottom of the screen are back to front, indicating that the scene had been mirrored.

Aliens (1986) Plot: The planet from Alien (1979) has been colonized, but contact is lost. Aliens 1986 This time, the rescue team has impressive firepower, but will it be enough? Full summary »  »

Aliens (1986) Story: Fifty seven years after Ellen Ripley survived her disastrous ordeal, her escape vessel is recovered after drifting across the galaxy as she slept in cryogenic stasis. Aliens 1986 Back on earth, nobody believed her story about the “Aliens” on the planet LV-426. Aliens 1986 After the “Company” orders the colony on LV-426 to investigate, however, all communication with the colony is lost. Aliens 1986 The Company enlists Ripley to aid a team of tough, rugged space marines on a rescue mission to the now partially terraformed planet to find out if there are aliens or survivors. Aliens 1986 As the mission unfolds, Ripley will be forced to come to grips with her worst nightmare, but even as she does, she finds that the worst is yet to come. Aliens 1986 Written byBrian Rawlings


Aliens (1986) Synopsis: (scenes in red are only in the Special Edition)

After the opening credits, we see a spacecraft drifting slowly through space. Aliens 1986 Inside is Ripley (Sigourney Weaver), the only survivor from the previous film, having escaped in the shuttle of the cargo ship Nostromo, which she blew up after an aggressive and hostile alien species was responsible for killing her colleagues. Aliens 1986 Ripley is still in cryogenic sleep with Jones, the crew’s pet cat, lying on top of her. Aliens 1986 A proximity alert goes off: the lifeboat is intercepted by a salvage vessel. Aliens 1986 The crew uses a welding torch to open the door and enters, finding that Ripley is still alive.

In Gateway Station, a space facility orbiting Earth, Ripley regains consciousness in a hospital. Aliens 1986 A nurse tells her she is in a medical bay. Aliens 1986 She is visited by Carter Burke (Paul Reiser), a representative of Weyland-Yutani (the "Company" from the previous film, and Ripley’s employer) who brings Jones the cat along. Aliens 1986 When Ripley states that she does not recognize the medical bay, Burke gives her some terrible news: she has been in hypersleep for 57 years, her ship having drifted aimlessly through space until the salvage vessel discovered it by very fortunate coincidence. Aliens 1986 Ripley shows clear distress and discomfort, when Jones starts hissing at her as she starts to convulse in the bed. Aliens 1986 Burke calls for medical attention, and the staff try to restrain Ripley. Aliens 1986 She pleads with them to kill her, before pulling her shirt up to reveal something pushing out of her stomach. Aliens 1986 Ripley suddenly wakes up bolt-upright in the hospital bed, clutching her chest, revealing the scene to be a nightmare. Aliens 1986 A nurse on the monitor next to her bed asks her if she needs something to help her sleep, but Ripley declines. Aliens 1986 The nurse was the one featured in her dream; the dream was a recollection from a real encounter with Burke, apart from the alien bursting out.

Some time later, Ripley is sitting in an simulated environment waiting for Burke, who wants to prepare her for a board hearing. Aliens 1986 The Company has started a formal investigation into what happened with the Nostromo, and wants to question Ripley about her role in its destruction. Aliens 1986 Ripley is only interested in news about her daughter. Aliens 1986 Burke hesitantly hands her a picture of an old woman and tells a devastated Ripley that her daughter (only a child when Ripley left with the Nostromo) has passed away from cancer while she was drifting through space.

During the inquiry, Ripley desperately tries to convince the board of the dangerous nature of the Alien and the potential threat of the Derelict Ship, which still contains hundreds of eggs. Aliens 1986 She explains that Company policies at the time gave the Nostromo crew orders to obtain the creature, which killed the crew and caused the destruction of the ship. Aliens 1986 However, the board is extremely sceptical of Ripley’s testimony. Aliens 1986 Because she admits to having destroyed the Nostromo and evidence of the Alien creature is lacking, they treat her as if she is mentally unstable. Aliens 1986 The board does not press criminal charges, but revokes her flight license and submits her to psychiatric supervision. Upon asking why no one will go to the planetoid to confirm her story, Ripley is shocked to learn that the planetoid, now known as LV-426, has already been colonized by "terraformers" for 30 years, who are creating an atmosphere to make the air breathable and the planetoid habitable.

Some time thereafter, at the colony headquarters on LV-426, two Company employees discuss recently received Company orders to investigate a certain un-surveyed part of the surface of the planetoid. Aliens 1986 A surveyor is currently doing the job, wondering if he can make a claim to anything he finds. Aliens 1986 The higher-ranking man complains how they never got an answer to the question why those particular coordinates were so interesting, but assures that anything found can be claimed. Aliens 1986 Outside on the barren and stormy planet surface, the aforementioned surveyor, together with his wife, son, Timmy, and daughter Rebecca, whom is called "Newt" (Carrie Henn), discovers the same derelict ship previously found by Ripley’s crew (in Alien). Aliens 1986 He and his wife go in to investigate, but after a very long while, the wife comes back and calls for help on the radio: her husband is lying on the ground with a creature attached to his face (a facehugger like the one that attacked Kane in Alien.)

Released on her own recognizance, Ripley gets an apartment at Gateway Station. Aliens 1986 Some time later, she is visited by Burke, who is accompanied by Lt. Aliens 1986 Gorman (William Hope) of the colonial Marines. Aliens 1986 Burke tells Ripley that contact with the colony on LV-426 has suddenly been lost. Aliens 1986 Fearing that Aliens are responsible, the Company intends to send a squadron of Marines; they would like her to act as an adviser, as she has personal experience with this species. Aliens 1986 Burke will come along, as the Company co-financed the colony. Burke is aware that Ripley has taken a job on Gateway Station, running loaders and forklifts, work that is clearly beneath her. Aliens 1986 As a further incentive, Weyland-Yutani has agreed to reinstate Ripley as a warrant officer if she goes. Aliens 1986 Ripley refuses, as she dreads going back to the place where she first encountered the alien, and because she is still frustrated that nobody at the Company believed her earlier story. Aliens 1986 But as her nightmares continue, she feels that if she does not go on the mission, she will never find any peace. Aliens 1986 She calls Burke, and when he assures her that the mission to LV-426 is to eradicate any Aliens, not to study or capture them, she gives in. Aliens 1986 Jones will stay on the station.

A Marine ship, the Sulaco, travels through deep space. Aliens 1986 Inside are colonial Marines led by Gorman, accompanied by Ripley and Burke. Aliens 1986 After awakening from hypersleep, seasoned veteran sergeant Apone (Al Matthews) quickly takes command. Aliens 1986 Ripley discovers that the marines are a mostly undisciplined lot who are not taking the Alien threat seriously at all. Aliens 1986 One tough female marine named Vasquez (Jeanette Goldstein) refers to Ripley as "Snow White", and the soldiers seem to have a low opinion of their inexperienced ranking officer Gorman, who shows little interest in getting to know his squad members. Aliens 1986 Ripley is also dismayed to learn that an android named Bishop (Lance Henriksen) has accompanied them on the mission as their science officer; she mistrusts androids ever since her altercations with Ash (from the previous Film), and she has an angry confrontation with Bishop when he tries to befriend her.

As the Sulaco approaches LV-426, Ripley tells the marines about her experiences with the Aliens (dubbed ‘xenomorphs’ by Gorman) during a mission brief, but they are still rather undisciplined and scoff at the possible threat the creatures pose. Aliens 1986 During weapons detail, Ripley gradually begins to impress the soldiers, offering to help them load their dropship and displaying her expertise with the large power loader (a hydraulically enhanced suit). Aliens 1986 Cpl. Aliens 1986 Hicks (Michael Biehn) takes a special interest in Ripley, impressed with her strong personality and her way with people.

Taking the drop ship from the Sulaco to the planet, Gorman confesses that he has hardly any experience with these kind of missions, further undermining the opinion the marines have for him. Aliens 1986 One of the soldiers, private Hudson (Bill Paxton) is loudly boasting his courage and the supreme firepower that they have at their disposal. The dropship flies over the colony, which is a gigantic man-made structure, but without any visible activity. Aliens 1986 Burke explains that the facility is an "atmosphere processor" designed to make planets suitable for human life and that Weyland-Yutani manufactures them. Aliens 1986 The ship lands and deploys an armoured personal carrier (APC) with the marines inside before taking off again. Aliens 1986 The marines exit the APC and enter the main colony complex. Aliens 1986 They sweep the building with motion trackers, but find the building deserted, save for a few laboratory mice left behind. Inside, the soldiers discover evidence of a battle, including several barricades, hits from small arms and acid-burns on the ground, but conclude the building is safe for now (which Ripley doesn’t believe). Aliens 1986 Gorman, Burke and Ripley enter the building, but Ripley is visibly affected by bad memories. In the medical lab, they finally happen upon evidence of Ripley’s story: in a series of stasis tubes, they find several "facehugger" organisms, the life stage of the Alien creature that attaches itself to the face of a host. Aliens 1986 Two of them appear to be still alive. Aliens 1986 Bishop finds a file describing an attempt to remove a facehugger from one of its victims before it could implant an Alien embryo; the removal resulted in the death of the subject. Aliens 1986 Ripley and the others make an even more startling discovery: a little girl, about eleven years old, has survived the Alien assault on the colony. Aliens 1986 She runs away under the floor grating at the sight of the marines, but Ripley succeeds in winning her trust. Aliens 1986 Initially, the girl is non-communicative, seemingly in shock, but Ripley eventually gets through to her. Aliens 1986 (Newt is the daughter of the surveyor family, as seen in a scene at the beginning of the Special Edition). Aliens 1986 Newt tells Ripley that her parents and the others are dead, all victims of the aliens and that she’d feel safer if she could return to her hiding place in the ventilation system. Aliens 1986 Ripley assures her that she’ll be safer with herself and the marines.

The cocky Pvt. Aliens 1986 Hudson tracks the colonists by using homing devices embedded in their skin, and discovers that the entire population seems to be crowded underneath the primary heat exchangers of the facility. Aliens 1986 The team take the APC to the atmosphere processor, where Apone and the marines get out and Gorman & Burke remain aboard with Newt and Ripley to coordinate the sweep from a distance. Aliens 1986 While descending the facility, the marines discover strange organic, hive-like structures that must have been secreted by the Aliens. Aliens 1986 Ripley realizes that the marines are walking next to the colony’s nuclear reactor, and that their projectile weapons could do serious damage to it that could cause it to explode. Aliens 1986 Gorman orders them to hand in their high-caliber ammunition; however, both Vasquez and Drake secretly reactivate their smart-guns, using spare connectors Vasquez had hidden in her equipment. Aliens 1986 As the team enters the basement, they find an alien hive containing the dead bodies of the colonists, cocooned as hosts for the Alien facehugger parasites. Aliens 1986 One colonist is still alive, but she starts to convulse upon awakening, and an infant alien (a "chestburster") bursts its way out of her chest. Aliens 1986 The marines kill it with a flame thrower, but the sudden stir awakens the dormant ‘warrior’ aliens, which are concealed inside the walls which offer them effective camouflage. Aliens 1986 They begin to attack, causing one marine to misfire her flamethrower, causing an explosion of an ammunition stash. Aliens 1986 The resulting disorientation proves disastrous, as the marines have no idea where the attackers are coming from, and are quickly reduced in their numbers. Aliens 1986 The marines start firing back, some with the restricted ammo, but the chaos and noise make it hard for anyone (especially Lt. Aliens 1986 Gorman and Sgt. Aliens 1986 Apone) to focus and organize a coordinated defense. Aliens 1986 Apone is suddenly attacked and incapacitated, causing an unprepared Gorman to panic. Aliens 1986 Ripley, angered and frantic at Gorman’s lack of control, takes control over Gorman’s protests, driving the APC all the way through the service ramps into the nest to rescue the surviving marines. Aliens 1986 Only four make it back to the APC, and one, Drake, is killed by acid from an exploding Alien shot by Vasquez. Aliens 1986 Ripley recovers Vasquez, Hicks, and Hudson. Aliens 1986 Hicks manages to kill an Alien that tries to enter the APC with a shotgun blast, which results in a large acid burn on Hudson’s arm. Aliens 1986 Gorman is knocked unconscious while Ripley drives the APC out of the facility, crushing an Alien under the wheels along the way and driving straight through a closed metal door. Aliens 1986 The escape destroys the APC’s driving axle, rendering the vehicle largely immobile.

On the planet surface, in the APC, the survivors discover that several of their missing colleagues are still displaying life signs on the monitor. Aliens 1986 Ripley assures them nothing can be done, as they are being cocooned like the colonists to be hosts for more facehuggers and chestbursters. Aliens 1986 Vasquez recommends they nerve gas the area, but they opt against it, as there is no guarantee that the Aliens are even susceptible. Aliens 1986 Hudson has lost his nerve, and expresses only cowardice and panic. Aliens 1986 Ripley suggests taking off and nuking the site from orbit, but Burke protests, as he is concerned about the dollar value of the facility. Aliens 1986 "They can bill me," Ripley replies. Aliens 1986 Burke continues to protest, citing the ‘importance’ of the Alien species, and claiming that no one ‘has the right to arbitrarily exterminate them’. Aliens 1986 Ripley, Vasquez & Hudson angrily denounce Burke’s defense of the creatures, and it appears that Weyland-Yutani is still intending to try to get an Alien for the weapons division (similar to what it had ordered Ash to do in ‘Alien’). Aliens 1986 Cpl. Aliens 1986 Hicks, who is now in command, seconds Ripley’s motion, and summons the pilots of the dropship. Aliens 1986 However, an Alien that has slipped on board kills the pilot in mid-flight, and the ship crashes as the rest of the marines barely flee the crash site. Aliens 1986 Part of the dropship collides with the APC, destroying it and most of the team’s weaponry.

Ripley and the others are now stranded on the planet surface, with no immediate means of returning to the Sulaco, and Hudson is starting to annoy the group with his incessant complaints. Aliens 1986 Newt warns them that they should take cover because the aliens come out usually at night. Aliens 1986 They retreat back into the main colony complex, where Bishop treats Gorman and the rest surveys the limited remaining weapon arsenal they were able to salvage from the APC wreckage. Aliens 1986 Amongst the items are four sentry guns, remote operated machine guns that can target automatically. Hudson panics again upon hearing that a rescue team can be expected no earlier than 17 days, but Ripley finally reprimands him, and points out that Newt has survived an even longer period without weapons or training. Aliens 1986 The survivors decide to fortify the barricades and seal off all possible access routes for the Aliens into the main colony complex. Aliens 1986 The plan is quickly brought into action and even Hudson shows some determination again. Aliens 1986 The sentry guns are placed at strategic locations where the aliens are expected to try and enter the building. Aliens 1986 A test shows that they function optimally.

Hicks consolidates Ripley’s trust by giving her a small locator to wear on her wrist, so he can find her anywhere inside the complex. Aliens 1986 Ripley puts Newt to bed. Aliens 1986 Newt wonders about what happened to her mother – especially if one of the Aliens came from inside her mother – but Ripley can’t give her the answer. Aliens 1986 She tells Newt about her own daughter, who has also died. Newt is scared to go to sleep, so Ripley puts her locator on Newt and assures her she can find her anywhere in the complex now.

The group is discussing the Aliens, and their way of reproduction: humans are used as hosts for the facehuggers, which come from eggs; but who or what produces these eggs? Hudson proposes a large, dominant female, a queen, such as in a social insect colony. Ripley orders Bishop to destroy the two remaining facehuggers, but he tells her he got specific orders from Burke to keep them alive. Aliens 1986 Ripley confronts Burke about it; he wants the specimens taken back to Earth because the weapons industry will pay large amounts of money for them. Aliens 1986 He even tries to enlist her help in smuggling them past quarantine. Aliens 1986 Ripley refuses; moreover, she has checked the colony log and learned that Burke was responsible for sending the colonists to the derelict ship, after he learned about its existence from Ripley during her trial. Aliens 1986 Ripley blames Burke for not warning the colonists about the danger, but Burke puts it aside as a simple error in judgment. Aliens 1986 This enrages Ripley, and grabbing him by the lapels, she angrily vows to expose Burke’s treachery when they return to Earth.

As Ripley exits the room, the alarm sounds: the Aliens have arrived at the first set of sentry guns inside the access tunnel. Aliens 1986 The guns kill many of them, but they quickly run out of ammo, as the Aliens’ numbers are vastly superior, however, they stop their advance just as the guns run out of ammo. Aliens 1986 Bishop calls in that there is another problem: the nuclear reactor at the terraforming tower has started to vent air. Aliens 1986 They learn that damage to the structure has caused it to malfunction; the cooling units have failed and the core will explode within hours. Aliens 1986 Damage from the crash has made it impossible to shut down the reactor. Aliens 1986 Remotely calling the second dropship from the Sulaco is also impossible, as the hardware to control the satellite no longer works. Aliens 1986 The only option is to go to the uplink tower and manually remote-pilot the Sulaco‘s second dropship to the surface. Aliens 1986 Hudson relapses into his desperation act again, refusing to go; however, Bishop unexpectedly offers to crawl through a small conduit to the uplink tower, as he is the only one qualified to pilot the ship anyway.

The second set of sentry guns empties its ammo into the hoard of Aliens. Aliens 1986 A great many creatures advance on the unmanned guns, but eventually relent, not realizing that they have almost run out of ammunition. Hicks promises Ripley he will not let her die by the Aliens, preferring to kill them both rather than falling victim to the creatures. Aliens 1986 He then gives her a crash course in how to use a pulse rifle, and there appears to be a subtle attraction between them. Aliens 1986 On her way back to Newt, Ripley passes by Gorman, who has regained consciousness, and is clearly embarrassed by his earlier conduct. Aliens 1986 She proceeds to Newt and finds her curled up asleep, hiding underneath the bed. Aliens 1986 Instead of waking her, Ripley joins her underneath for a nap, laying her pulse rifle on the bed for safe keeping.

Meanwhile, Bishop has crawled through the narrow conduit and reached the uplink tower, and is preparing the other dropship for departure. Aliens 1986 He communicates directly with Hicks and his crew.

Ripley wakes up to find two empty stasis tubes on the ground: the two facehuggers have escaped. Aliens 1986 They are locked inside the lab and the pulse rifle has been taken. Aliens 1986 Ripley and Newt are attacked by a scurrying facehugger, but Ripley fends it off and tries to signal the marines through a surveillance camera; however, Burke slyly turns off the monitor to prevent the others from seeing it. Aliens 1986 Ripley manages to trigger the fire alarm with her cigarette lighter, but this also draws out the facehuggers; Hicks, Hudson, Gorman and Vasquez arrive just as a facehugger attempts to attach itself to Ripley’s face, and the second one threatens Newt. Aliens 1986 The facehugger threatening Newt is killed immediately by Hudson; Hicks & Gorman get the 2nd facehugger off Ripley and throw it into a corner, where Vasquez kills it with a pulse-rifle as it tries to attack again. Aliens 1986 Ripley knows it must be Burke who was acting in retaliation; in the comm room, Ripley suggests that Burke intended to ‘impregnate’ her and Newt with the facehuggers, then sabotage the other marines’ cryotubes so as to eliminate any witnesses. Aliens 1986 He would emerge back at Earth as the only survivor, and smuggle the Aliens in the bodies of Ripley and Newt.

Burke denies Ripley’s allegations, but the other marines are quickly convinced by Ripley’s story. Aliens 1986 As they debate what they should do with Burke, which includes executing him, the power to the facility is suddenly cut off. Aliens 1986 Hicks has Vasquez and Hudson walk perimeter. Aliens 1986 They use motion trackers and register movement coming towards them. Aliens 1986 Everyone pulls back in the central Operations room, but the signal keeps approaching, even beyond the barricades. Aliens 1986 They suddenly realize that they have blocked the direct access routes, but forgotten the less obvious ways in; Hicks opens a ceiling panel, and sees that the army of Aliens has simply circumvented the barricades by climbing through the crawlspace over the ceiling. Aliens 1986 As the remaining marines take on the aliens, Burke slips away and prevents their escape by sealing the med lab door; however, he is attacked & killed by an Alien that has already found a way inside the med lab. Aliens 1986 Newt finds an alternate escape through the air ducts. Aliens 1986 Hudson puts up a brave fight, gunning down several Aliens, but he is ambushed by several aliens coming up from the floor grid, who grab and haul him away. Aliens 1986 Once inside the vent, Vasquez is attacked by an Alien coming down through a vertical duct. Aliens 1986 She manages to shoot it with a handgun, but the spilling acidic blood of the creature seriously wounds her leg. Aliens 1986 Gorman comes to help her, but they suddenly find themselves surrounded by Aliens. Aliens 1986 Gorman and Vasquez sacrifice themselves by triggering a grenade together, which decimates the pursuing Aliens. Aliens 1986 The explosion causes Newt to fall through a ventilation shaft that leads to the bottom of the facility. Aliens 1986 Ripley and Hicks take the stairs to the basement. Aliens 1986 They find Newt in a sewer below a grid, which Hicks tries to weld open, but Newt is snatched by an Alien before they can rescue her. Aliens 1986 Ripley screams in desperation, but remains determined to rescue Newt,; knowing the Aliens will cocoon her to await a facehugger. Aliens 1986 She and Hicks take the elevator up, but an Alien jumps in before the doors close. Aliens 1986 Hicks kills the creature, but is severely wounded by the Alien’s corrosive blood, which quickly eats through his body armor. Aliens 1986 Ripley drags Hicks out through the complex main doors and they meet up on the surface with Bishop who has just piloted the rescue ship to the surface by remote. Aliens 1986 Ripley, however, refuses to leave the planet and demands that Bishop take her back to the atmosphere processor to rescue Newt.

Bishop reluctantly flies the dropship into the atmosphere processor, which is now beginning to overload, and lands on a high platform. Aliens 1986 Ripley arms herself with a pulse rifle and a flame thrower, ignoring Bishop’s warnings that the explosion is imminent. Aliens 1986 She says goodbye to the wounded Hicks, who, as a sign of trust, tells her his name is Dwayne; Ripley tells him she is called Ellen. Ripley takes an elevator down, enters the basement and leaves signal flares on the ground for backtracking as she infiltrates the Alien hive. Aliens 1986 She uses the locator signal to find Newt, but only finds the detached locator. Aliens 1986 She collapses to the floor, struck with grief, but hears Newt scream: the girl has been cocooned and is threatened by a facehugger hatching from an egg. Aliens 1986 Ripley kills the creature, which alerts a warrior Alien to her presence. Aliens 1986 The attacking warrior is quickly gunned down by Ripley and she frees Newt from the cocoon-wall. Aliens 1986 Several explosions from the failing reactor drive Ripley & Newt back into the egg chamber that houses a monstrous Alien; the Queen of the hive. Aliens 1986 Several warrior Aliens close in on them, but when Ripley threatens to destroy the eggs, the warrior Aliens retreat. Aliens 1986 Ripley & Newt slowly back out of the egg chamber, planning to leave the Queen and eggs to be destroyed in the imminent nuclear explosion. Aliens 1986 But when an egg hatches next to Ripley, she can stand it no longer. Aliens 1986 She turns the flamethrower on the eggs, spraying the room with napalm. Aliens 1986 The Queen goes mad, screeching insanely at the destruction of her offspring. Aliens 1986 Warrior Aliens begin attacking, and Ripley quickly guns them down with the pulse-rifle. Aliens 1986 She then fires a series of grenades into the queen’s egg-sac, blowing it to bits. Aliens 1986 As they retreat out of the chamber, a Warrior Alien ambushes them, but he is quickly gunned down. Aliens 1986 Ripley throws the grenade belt into the raging inferno, and then retreats towards the elevator. Aliens 1986 The exploding grenades destroy the remaining eggs & Warrior Aliens, but also dislodge the Queen Alien from her perch. Aliens 1986 The queen tears herself free from the egg-sac and furiously pursues Ripley and Newt, who just make it back to the elevator. Aliens 1986 As they retreat into the elevator they are cornered by the Queen, and Ripley uses the remaining napalm in the flamethrower on the Queen, burning her severely. Aliens 1986 As they arrive on the platform, they find that the dropship has left already. Aliens 1986 While the surrounding complex is quickly exploding and collapsing, another elevator door opens, and the queen comes out. Aliens 1986 Ripley intends to leap to their deaths rather than let the queen kill them, but just then the dropship comes hovering over the platform, and Ripley and Newt are narrowly able to get on safely and on time. Aliens 1986 The dropship carrying Ripley, Newt, Bishop and Hicks barely escapes as the processing facility explodes in a massive mushroom cloud.

Back on the Sulaco, Bishop says he had to sedate Hicks for the pain. Aliens 1986 He explains that he had to take off from the platform, which became unstable, and had to circle while waiting to pick them up. Aliens 1986 Ripley makes peace with Bishop, thanking him for saving their lives. Aliens 1986 Suddenly, Bishop is speared from behind by a huge stinger, and ripped in half at the waist by the queen: she has stowed away by hiding inside the recess for the landing gear. Aliens 1986 She advances menacingly towards Ripley and Newt, and they scatter. Aliens 1986 Newt dives under the flooring, but the queen starts ripping it up until she has the child cornered. Aliens 1986 Suddenly, Ripley appears, inside the large forklift powerloader. Aliens 1986 The exoskeleton-like machine makes her an even match for the giant Queen, and they battle furiously. Aliens 1986 Ripley punches the queen several times, grabs her and attempts to dump her into the ship’s airlock, but the Queen quickly grabs hold of the powerloader, and Ripley gets dragged down into the air lock with her. Aliens 1986 Ripley manages to get out and climb up the ladder, as the queen grabs her leg. Aliens 1986 She activates the controls, opening the outer lock door, causing air to rush out of the ship. Aliens 1986 The queen desperately tries to hold on to Ripley’s leg, but she suddenly loses her grip and is shot out into deep space, screaming madly. Aliens 1986 Ripley somehow manages to pull herself up out of the air lock against the enormous air pressure, and closes the airlock. Aliens 1986 Newt comes up to her and hugs her, calling her "mommy". Aliens 1986 Bishop, now only an upper torso, congratulates her: "Not bad for a human" as Ripley and Newt hug.

The film ends as Ripley prepares Newt, Hicks, and what’s left of Bishop for hypersleep for the journey back to Earth. Aliens 1986 She assures Newt she can sleep all the way, and that they both can dream. Aliens 1986 They are both in deep sleep as the credits roll.


FullCast & Crew

Produced By: Watch Online Aliens (1986) Free Film HD

  • Gordon Carroll known as executive producer
  • David Giler known as executive producer
  • Walter Hill known as executive producer
  • Gale Anne Hurd known as producer

Watch Aliens (1986) Free Film Online HD FullCast & Crew:

  • Sigourney Weaver known as Ellen Ripley
  • Carrie Henn known as Rebecca 'Newt' Jorden
  • Michael Biehn known as Cpl. Aliens 1986 Dwayne Hicks
  • Paul Reiser known as Carter Burke
  • Lance Henriksen known as Bishop
  • Bill Paxton known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Hudson
  • Jenette Goldstein known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Vasquez
  • William Hope known as Lt. Aliens 1986 Gorman
  • Al Matthews known as Sgt. Aliens 1986 Apone
  • Mark Rolston known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Drake
  • Ricco Ross known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Frost
  • Colette Hiller known as Cpl. Aliens 1986 Ferro
  • Daniel Kash known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Spunkmeyer
  • Cynthia Dale Scott known as Cpl. Aliens 1986 Dietrich (as Cynthia Scott)
  • Tip Tipping known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Crowe
  • Trevor Steedman known as Pvt. Aliens 1986 Wierzbowski
  • Paul Maxwell known as Van Leuwen
  • Valerie Colgan known as ECA Representative
  • Alan Polonsky known as Insurance Man
  • Alibe Parsons known as Med Tech
  • Blain Fairman known as Doctor
  • Barbara Coles known as Cocooned Woman
  • Carl Toop known as Alien Warrior
  • John Lees known as Power Loader Operator



Supporting Department

Makeup Department: Aliens (1986)
  • Elaine Bowerbank known as chief hair stylist
  • Peter Robb-King known as makeup supervisor
  • Everett Burrell known as special makeup effects (uncredited)
  • Tony Gardner known as Stan Winston's creature effects crew (uncredited)
  • Melissa Street known as assistant makeup artist (uncredited)

Aliens (1986) Art Department:

  • Ron Cobb known as conceptual designer
  • Bert Hearn known as property master
  • Syd Mead known as conceptual artist
  • Sid Palmer known as production buyer (as Sidney Palmer)
  • Vic Simpson known as construction manager
  • Janice Body known as graphics artist (uncredited)
  • Michael Boone known as draughtsman (uncredited)
  • Mick Chubbock known as plasterer (uncredited)
  • Tony Gardner known as artistic supervisor: miniature effects unit (uncredited)
  • Mark Harris known as technical set dresser (uncredited)
  • Paul James known as supervising plasterer (uncredited)
  • Simon Lamont known as art department assistant (uncredited)
  • Maciek Piotrowski known as sketch artist (uncredited)
  • Tony Rimmington known as draughtsman (uncredited)
  • Colin Thurston known as prop storeman (uncredited)




Watch Aliens (1986) Free Film Online HD Production Companies:

  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
  • Brandywine Productions
  • SLM Production Group

Watch Online Aliens (1986) Free Film HD Other Companies:

  • Abbey Road Studios  music recorded at
  • Arkadon  motion control
  • Dolby Laboratories  sound post-production
  • General Screen Enterprises  opticals
  • London Symphony Orchestra, The (LSO)  orchestra
  • Mayflower Recording  adr recording
  • Peerless Camera Company  motion control
  • Peerless Camera Company  opticals
  • Peter Aston model effects  miniatures
  • Peter Govey Film Opticals  opticals
  • Pinewood Studios  Film studio
  • Pinewood Studios  sound re-recorded at
  • Varèse Sarabande  score album released by

Aliens (1986) Distributors:

  • Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation (1986) (USA) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (1986) (Japan) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox de Argentina (1986) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox (1986) (UK) (theatrical)
  • CBS/Fox Home Video (1987) (USA) (VHS) (pan and scan)
  • CBS/Fox (1987) (Argentina) (VHS)
  • CBS / Fox Video (1987) (Greece) (VHS)
  • Fox Film (1986) (Sweden) (theatrical)
  • Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) (1989) (USA) (TV)
  • Gativideo (2004) (Argentina) (DVD)
  • Gativideo (2004) (Argentina) (VHS) (re-edited)
  • Odeon (2004) (Greece) (DVD) (director's cut)
  • 20th Century Fox of Germany (1986) (West Germany) (theatrical)
  • Spentzos Films (1987) (Cyprus) (theatrical)
  • Spentzos Films (1987) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Twentieth Century Fox (1986) (Austria) (theatrical)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (USA) (DVD)
  • 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment (USA) (laserdisc)
  • CBS/Fox Home Video (????) (New Zealand) (VHS) (original video release)
  • CBS/Fox (USA) (lasedisc)
  • Encore Entertainment (UK) (laserdisc)
  • Fox Video (Europe) (laserdisc)
  • Fox Video (USA) (laserdisc)
  • Fox Video (VHS)
  • Image Entertainment (laserdisc)
  • Lightstorm Entertainment (USA)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2010) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Alien Anthology)
  • Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment (2012) (Netherlands) (DVD) (Blu-ray) (Prometheus to Alien: The Evolution boxset)



Other Stuff

Watch Online Aliens (1986) Free Film HD Special Effects:

  • Fantasy II Film Effects
  • L.A. Aliens 1986 Effects Group
  • Peerless Camera Company (motion control)
  • Stan Winston Studio

Watch Aliens (1986) Free Film Online HD Visual Effects by:

  • Michael Anderson known as camera operator: visual effects unit
  • Jonathan Angell known as senior special effects technician: visual effects unit
  • Doug Beswick known as mechanical armature design: visual effects unit
  • John Brown known as senior special effects technician: visual effects unit
  • Leslie Dear known as camera operator: visual effects unit
  • Paul Frift known as assistant director: visual effects unit
  • Robert Gavin known as special effects editor: visual effects unit
  • Richard Hewitt known as video effects supervisor
  • Brian Johnson known as visual effects supervisor: post production
  • Christopher Knowles known as assistant director: visual effects unit (as Chris Knowles)
  • David Litchfield known as camera operator: visual effects unit
  • Pat McClung known as miniatures technical supervisor: visual effects unit
  • Digby Milner known as senior special effects technician: visual effects unit
  • Roy Moores known as process photographer: visual effects unit
  • Phil Notaro known as mechanical armature design: visual effects unit
  • Harry Oakes known as camera operator: visual effects unit
  • Peter Russell known as art director: visual effects unit
  • Barry Saunders known as construction manager: visual effects unit
  • Dennis Skotak known as visual effects supervisor
  • Robert Skotak known as visual effects supervisor
  • Brian Smithies known as miniature floor effects supervisor: visual effects unit
  • Sarah Spooner known as production secretary: visual effects unit
  • Charles Staffell known as process photographer: visual effects unit
  • Paul Tivers known as unit production manager: visual effects unit
  • Wally Wheeler known as gaffer: visual effects unit
  • Tony White known as titles and video graphics design: visual effects unit
  • Larry Arpin known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Steven Begg known as model effects (uncredited)
  • Suzanne M. Aliens 1986 Benson known as visual effects (uncredited)
  • Martin Body known as rotoscope artist (uncredited)
  • Zoe Cain known as visual effects trainee (uncredited)
  • Alan Church known as optical camera operator (uncredited)
  • Andrew Coates known as rotoscope artist (uncredited)
  • Andrew Eio known as motion control programmer (uncredited)
  • Tony Gardner known as cosmetic supervisor: miniature effects unit (uncredited)
  • John Lee known as model maker (uncredited)
  • Alan G. Aliens 1986 Markowitz known as visual effects supervisor (uncredited)
  • Jay Roth known as model maker (uncredited)
  • Tony Rowland known as camera grip (uncredited)
  • Adrian Trent known as assistant visual effects editor (uncredited)

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MPAA: Rated R for monster violence, and for language



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