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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

[Podcast] Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast Visits LV-426 In Their Break Down of ‘Alien’

This is Ripley, last survivor of the Nostromo, signing off.

We at Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast could not have done our Creature Feature month without including Ridley Scott’s Alien! We give free face hugs within this episode.

We dive deep into the classic film wherein Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and crew wake up from a cryogenic slumber, and they receive a distress transmission about another unit that was attacked on moon LV-426. Dallas (Tom Skerritt), Kane (John Hurt), and Lambert (Veronica Cartwright) go out to investigate, realizing that the signal came from an alien ship. Kane discovers a chamber on the ship with egg-like objects on the ground; he touches one and a creature jumps and latches to his face. Things continue going downhill from there when the crew of Nostromo are stuck to fight for their lives against the tall alien accompanying the ship.

Knight Light: A Horror Movie Podcast is available anywhere you consume your podcasts. A new episode is released (usually) every Friday on all podcast services and every Monday on our Patreon. Feel free to use linktr.ee/KnightLight and choose where you would like to listen to our embedded show.

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Follow the hosts here:

Prince Jackson – @theheadknight
Freddy Nuti – @NutiFrederick
David Celarie – @DavidCelery



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/podcasts/3631635/podcast-knight-light-horror-movie-podcast-visit-lv-426-break-alien/

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