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You're looking for The Giver, based on the Lois Lowry book of the same title. Following a calamity referred to as The Ruin, society is reorganized into a series of communities, and all memories of the past are held by one person, the Receiver of Memory. Since the Receiver of Memory is the only individual in the community who has the memories from before, ...


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You all forgot THE NAKED JUNGLE based on Carl Stephenson’s Lennigen Versus theAnts. And Joe Dante's masterful short MANT.


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The movie "Mom and Dad Save the World " (1992) includes such a scene: During the wedding ceremony, a detachment of Spengo's soldiers go into the desert to finish the rebels, but find their camp deserted, and one by one they fall victim to one of the Light Grenades which has been left on Dick's pallet. (Source: Wikipedia) Here's the scene (the relevant ...


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It's not an alien, per se, but the scene you describe is somewhat reminiscent of the movie Splice. There's a creepy seduction scene in the barn where the lead couple are keeping their transgenic humanoid daughter-pet, that they created in secret in the lab where they work. What could possibly go wrong? Hilarity ensues.


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This human and alien reminds of Species From a second alien transmission, the scientists receive information about an alien DNA along with instructions on how to splice it with human DNA. A government team led by Xavier Fitch (Ben Kingsley) goes forward with the genetic experiment attempting to induce a female, because a female would have "more docile ...


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The common source material is the Christian Bible, specifically the story of Adam and Eve. Eve is created from source material from the first human, Adam, and then animated. Her name translates to "the animated". In most languages as in the original (hawa) it ends on -a. The stories all are strongly related to the biblical story, they are "the story of Eve ...


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When I read this, the first thing I thought of was Gargoyles, one of my favorite movies from childhood. Always worth a watch if you run across it. From imdb.com: After receiving word about a mysterious carcass/skeleton unearthed in the Arizona desert, a father and his daughter decide to remove it from the burial grounds for further study. Once they do ...


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The first part of your question make me think of They Live. In facts, aliens take the appearance of humans, but can only be seen in their true form wearing some special sunglasses, if I remember correctly. Also, those sunglasses allow one to see that, for example, billboards are signs for the aliens, saying things like you must reproduce or consume. ...


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This sort of sounds like The Arrival from 1996. The signals they use to communicate are embedded within radio/tv satellite signals, but I don't remember any secret written signs. The aliens were unique in that their knees bent backwards, and they definitely make a horrible crunching noise when they do so. You can see/hear ...


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Star Quest (1994) After being cryogenically suspended for almost a century, eight astronauts awaken to find that nuclear destruction has decimated earth and the human race.


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It's been a while, but you might be talking about Screamers from 1995 with Peter Weller. On a distant mining planet ravaged by a decade of war, scientists have created the perfect weapon: a blade-wielding, self-replicating race of killing devices known as Screamers designed for one purpose only -- to hunt down and destroy all enemy life. But man's ...


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Got it! The film you are after is "Earth star Voyager". Earth Star Voyager is the name of a science fiction television movie shown on the Wonderful World of Disney in 1988. The show aired as a two-part pilot, but was never picked up for a series and has not been released on DVD, although a fan base for the pilot has grown over the years. The specific ...


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I think it best corresponds to the film: Virtual Seduction "Cybersex" 1995 Although, I am not able to find it for watch. So I can not confirm with frantic certitude. Moreover, It greatly response to the description provided in this question. After I successfully succeeded to obtain it and watch it, I can confirm that this is the movie I was looking ...


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You're after The Ennead, a web-series from 2009 where 5 people wake up in a forest with no memory. Ennead is an old Greek word which you can read about here. Here's the first episode:


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It sounds somewhat like Brainstorm with Christopher Walken.


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Your description brings to mind the movie Virus (1999) starring Jamie Lee Curtis. The crew is trapped on a large ship and a computer virus infects the ship and starts making human cyborgs and kills most of the crew. There is a black man who becomes a cyborg, but I cannot recall for sure if his neck ever extends. Here are some screenshots of the movie.


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Try Soylent Green (1973) - the people die and get thrown on a belt chopped up into green chips and shipped off in dump trucks


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Sounds like Johnny 2.0 from 1997 with Jeff Fahey, John Neville and Michael Ironside. Awakening from a 15-year coma, scientist Johnny Dalton (Fahey) discovers that his life has been illusory and that he is merely a clone of the real Dr. Dalton. With the help of rebel leader Nikki Holland (Welch), Dalton sets out to find his maker in a futuristic society ...


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I was trying to remember this old science fiction movie back in middle school and this question popped up. I actually found what it was, could it be "All Summer in a Day"? It's a short story by Ray Bradbury.


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This sounds like one of the episodes of the television series Lexx. This was a Canadian-German programme that ran for a total of some 60 episodes in the late 1990s. One of the early episodes of the first series had our heroes escape from a conveyor belt that was feeding prisoners into a machine with flailing cutters that removed their organs. This machine ...


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I think you're after sci-fi film Timemaster from 1995 with Pat Morita and a young Michelle Williams. From an online synopsis: The world has been destroyed by some sort of disaster, and the few remaining survivors are living in a "Mad Max" type of world, where they camp out in the ruins to defend themselves from raiders. [...] a group of aliens play games ...


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This is "The Outer Limits". There were two versions, one filmed in 1963 and a rebooted version in 1995 1963 There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, ...



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