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Aliens Coming to “The Movies That Made Us” Season 3!

The Movies That Made Us is a Netflix series that takes a look at the influential movies that effected not only the industry, but the people who grew up watching them – hence the name of the series! In the past they’ve explored Back to the Future, Jurassic Park, Ghostbusters and Die Hard. With Season 3 approaching on the 12th of October, it’s now Aliens turn to be highlighted!

Back in August, a trailer for the upcoming season was released on Netflix showing that Season 3 would include A Nightmare on Elm Street, Aliens, Coming to America, Friday the 13th, Halloween, and Robocop. I’m unable to embed the trailer from Netflix, but if you head on over to their website you can view the Season 3 trailer over there!

 Aliens Coming to "The Movies That Made Us" Season 3!

We don’t know who exactly will be featured on the Aliens episode, but from the trailer we can see that ADI’s Alec Gillis and Mark Rolston (aka Private Drake) are involved. Season 3 of The Movies That Made Us is currently scheduled to air on the 12th of October.

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Comments: 28
  1. ubcool84
    it had to be there was a lot to fit in considering the making of documentary of aliens was nearly 3 hours. There's not many people on netflix who would want to sit through a boring making of documentary of a 35 year old movie.
  2. Corporal Hicks
    I watched a chunk yesterday but was too tired. Just felt like the other few of the series I'd seen. Was nice to see some other bits of the early days that I hadn't seen get much focus outside of Rinzler's book get some attention. Was also really nice to see Rinzler was involved in this too.
  3. 426Buddy
    I will agree that the tone of this episode was really hard to stand. But if you stick with it you'll get some great tidbits and insight about the making of the film that I don't think was covered so much before. Also it's always great to see everyone and how they are doing. Granted most of the info was well tread but after sticking through it till the end I found it quite worth it.

    There was also a very touching segment about Bill.
  4. SiL
    I thought there was a good few years between us? Or have I frisky overestimated your age?

    I only got around to seeing it a few years ago, but I was about the last hold out of all my friends and family.
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