EXTRACTION POINT (2021) Review and overview of alien thriller

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‘Giving up is not an option.’

Extraction Point is a 2021 American science fiction thriller film about a young woman that saves an alien from an evil doctor’s experiments.

Written, directed by and co-starring Franklin Correa (Manhunt; Thug; Flashdrive; The Prey). The movie also stars Tara London, producer Farid Jamal Khan, Charles Heimlich and HB Gibson.


When a UFO is taken down by the government making it crash, Nemon (Farid Jamal Khan) is taken to a secret laboratory ran by Doctor Silva (Joe Bei) for anything and everything evil.

Becoming close with Doctor Silva’s assistant Terry (Tara London) she saves him from the laboratory and asks for the help of her friend Ricky ( Anthony Castro) unknowing they are way out of their league.

Not knowing what to do they turn to Ricky’s brother Jason (Franklin Correa) for help since dr. Silva’s agents ran by Agent Monroe (Valentin Montero) and his protege’ Agent Kelly (Bryan C. King). Now it’s a race against time to get Nemon safely to his extraction point…


“I’ve got nothing against independent films or film students, or their works; but, it goes without saying that they should at least study their craft for more than a few minutes before attempting a full-length feature. It’s readily apparent this team didn’t even read the Cliff Notes version of their textbooks. Spare yourself, avoid this.” Sirehawke


Extraction Point is available on streaming platforms such as Amazon Prime.

Cast and characters:

Tara London … Terry
Franklin Correa … Jason
Farid Jamal Khan … Nemon
Charles Heimlich … Agent Long
HB Gibson … Blake (as Harold B. Gibson)
Bryan C. King … Agent Kelly
Michael Ciesla … Gregori
Anthony Castro … Ricky
Joe Bei … Doctor Silva
Taino Escobar … Gio Verde
Kendrick Grey … Lobo
Valentin Montero … Agent Monroe
Joel B. Jordan … Agent Rex
Alanzo Phillips … Lenny

Technical details:

72 minutes


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