And while we are talking about movies, here's another upcoming film called "The Fourth Kind".
The film is directed by Olatunde Osunsanmi and stars Milla Jovovich, Elias Koteas and Will Patton.
The Fourth Kind is about an ongoing unsolved mystery in Nome, Alaska, where there have been a disproportionate number of unexplained disappearances during the past 40 years and there are accusations of a federal cover up.
Of course if you get the title, you know the film maker is blaming aliens.
You know :
Close Encounter of the First kind : "A sighting of one or more unidentified flying objects"
Close Encounter of the Second kind : "An observation of a UFO, and associated physical effects from the UFO"
Close Encounter of the Third kind : "An observation of "animate beings" observed in association with a UFO sighting"
Close Encounter of the Fourth kind : "A human is abducted by a UFO or its occupants"
And there is also another....
Close Encounter of the Fifth kind : "UFO cases of lasting physiological impact, such as serious injury or death."
"The Fourth Kind" has reenactments of interviews with supposed abductees, and also has archival footage integrated into the film.
Of course all of this is woven into a story...so it will make a good movie.
In the film, Milla Jovovich plays psychotherapist Dr. Abigail Tyler.
I did a little research on that name and found this at Alaska Psychiatry Journal .org...
"Dr. Abigail Tyler, Ph.D. is a research psychologist currently conducting clinical studies in the area of sleep disorders and Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) in Nome, Alaska, toward developing more effective treatment plans for patients suffering from these related disorders. Dr. Tyler's work has been most recently published in the June 1997 issue of the American Journal Psychiatry in an article detailing her work with Dr. Samuel Burden, MD, entitled "Short-Term Behavioral Effects of Variance in Light Exposure on Suprachiasmatic Nucleus."
So unless the Alaska Psychiatry Journal is in on the hoax, she's the real deal.
Nothing in there about Alien Abduction though.
BUT WAIT, if you go into just http://alaskapsychiatryjournal.org/, you get a blank page with a header.
And add to that, at IMDb, it says that Alaska state licensing examiner Jan Mays says she can't find records of an Abigail Tyler ever being licensed in any profession in Alaska.
Ron Adler, CEO and director of the Alaska Psychiatric Institute and Denise Dillard, president of the Alaska Psychological Association say they've never heard of Abigail Tyler.
Hmmmm...smells kinda "Blair Witch" to me.
Here is the spooky trailer for the film.
The film looks interesting, but I have to call hoax on "The Fourth Kind"