Alien Domicile (2017) reviews and free to watch online

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Alien Domicile is a 2017 American science fiction horror feature film written, co-produced and directed by Kelly Schwarze (Territory 8). The movie stars Elly Brown, Eduard Osipov, Sabrina Cofield and Michael Monteiro.


After decades of conspiracy theories, the CIA finally acknowledged the existence of Area 51. But that was all.

Now, a motley crew of military service members, government workers, and lowly technicians find themselves thrust into the centre of the infamous site’s darkest mysteries.

While patrolling the territory’s tunnel system, Master Sergeant Ryan Pierce leads his Special Forces unit head-on into a bloody confrontation with something as horrific as it is indescribable…

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“There is some (not much) interesting gore, though it raises more questions than it answers […] This is a movie let down by its storyline. Even as a low-budget indie, it could have been so much more. But for its budget, there are some worthwhile scenes, as well as Cofield’s thoughtful and nuanced performance as LT, I mean Gail.” Caution Spoilers

“For the most part, any time an alien is shown, it’s bursts of frames that we see it, then not again for a while. The opening has some fun action, and tension, and same for the end, but the middle is one big slow-moving story with not a whole lot of engaging activity going on.” Flick Fanatics

” …it could have pushed the overall tension a little more, and taken a less is more approach visually. I do like that it doesn’t contextualize too much verbally, a lot being left to the viewer to figure out […] I also credit the very few cheap jump scares.” Tango Mike

Alien Domicile wants to play with the ideas of what is real and what isn’t to help build suspense and keep you guessing. But it goes too deep into them and leaves the viewer no real way to tell what is actually happening. A second viewing might help that, but it’s really not good enough to warrant that.” Voices from the Balcony

“Low budget but a very neat story explain the exact undertakings going on in Area 51. You may disagree, but I loved the rubber-suited aliens and the ending was terrific and thought-provoking.” Zisi Emporium for B Movies

Main cast:

  • Elly Brown … Hanna – Tales of Torment
  • Ashley Campbell … Emily – Axemas and Axemas 2: Blood Slay (shorts)
  • Eduard Osipov … Dmitri – Tales of Torment; Astro Zombies: M3 – Cloned
  • Sabrina Cofield … Gail Sullivan – Tales of Torment
  • Michael Monteiro … Russell Turner – Daywalker: Blade Origins
  • Michael Tushaus … Master Sergeant Ryan Pierce – Daywalker: Blade Origins
  • Will Edwards … The Alien
  • Victoria Viveiros … Soldier 1 – Paranoia TapesBleach
  • Paul Tumpson … Soldier 2


Cinedigm and ITN Distribution released Alien Domicile on January 2, 2018. It can currently be found on Prime  and Prime – along with a look Behind the Scenes

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3 Comments on “Alien Domicile (2017) reviews and free to watch online”

  1. I can’t stand the use of interstellar space-faring races that roar and have claws. Glowing eyes don’t help. Honestly? You think we’re going to buy that they could build spaceships to come here? Really?
    I fast-forwarded to the end to be sure the model survived.

  2. SPEECHLESS….there are no words to describe the tactless mess….someone created, called: Alien Domicile!!




  3. Very disappointed with this movie. So much more could have been done with it. Great idea for a story line…but follow through severely lacking….too bad.

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