Alien Domicile 2: Lot 24 – USA, 2018 – reviews

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Alien Domicile 2: Lot 24 – formerly Lot 24 – is a 2018 American science fiction horror feature film written and directed by Curtis Johnson. The movie stars Kathryn Whitney, Trenell Blanks, Shane Franklin and Enoch Greenhood.

Although this production is being marketed as a sequel to Alien Domicile (2017), it would appear to be just an opportunistic retitling of Lot 24 by distributors ITN Films.

Plot:

When Rachel (Kathryn Whitney) is extended an invitation to stay at the camping lot (Lot 24) of her missing uncle, she is leery, but excited at the thought of spending some time away. Although the details surrounding his disappearance are sketchy at best, Rachel and her friends plan a weekend of hiking and relaxing…

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“The alien itself looks fairly creepy. Alien Domicile 2: Lot 24 as a whole looks good considering its budget, writer/director Curtis Johnson knows how to make a good looking film. He just needs to learn how to make an interesting one. The connection between the aliens and the trees could have been interesting with a bit of work.” Jim Morazzini, read more at Voices from the Balcony

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Cast and characters:

  • Kathryn Whitney … Rachel
  • Trenell Blanks … Sheriff Po
  • Shane Franklin … DJ
  • Enoch Greenhood … T
  • Aby Smidt … Heather
  • Decklan McGee … Dr. Moss, Tree Monster
  • Nijah Fudge … Jordan
  • Jordan Johnson … Tree Monster

Filming locations:

Colorado, USA

Technical details:

73 minutes

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