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The tie-in to the impending blockbuster prequel to John Carpenter's the item - the by no means prior to instructed tale of the unique doomed Norwegian excursion. whilst a bunch of medical researchers, remoted in Antarctica, stumble throughout an alien spaceship buried within the ice it sort of feels like a huge chance. The alien pilot can simply be noticeable - a shadowy determine frozen only a brief intensity into the ice. It appears as if he survived the crash purely to be flash-frozen at the Antarctic plateau. The group struggle the frozen stipulations to unfastened the send from the ice - with disastrous effects - and rescue the alien. As they shipping the corpse, considered one of their maximum reveals, out at the ice again to their camp, numerous scientists start to event notable, vibrant and unsettling desires. They're brushed off because the made from pressure and the tough stipulations ...but the nightmare is just beginning.
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