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Skyline (Blu-ray)

Released on 21 March 2011

Featuring: Eric Balfour, Scottie Thompson & David Zayas

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

(69 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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Don't look up!

The residents of Los Angeles are awakened in the dead of night by an eerie light beaming through the window. Like moths to a flame, the light source is drawing people outside before they suddenly vanish into thin air.

They soon discover an otherwordly alien force swallowing the entire population. Now our band of survivors must fight for thier lives as their world unravels around them.

Who or what are these extraterrestrials and how long before the humans succumb to the relentless onslaught of the alien hordes?

Skyline is a high velocity special effects bonanza in the tradition of Cloverfield and 2012.
  • * Artwork subject to change

  • Deleted, Alternate and Extended Scenes
  • Pre-Visualization
  • Trailers
  • Feature and Bonus Audio Commentaries

customer Reviews

 Average rating (69 reviews)

 Worst Sci Fi ever? Possibly!

| | See all TheDoctor73's reviews (1)

I really don't know how anyone who enjoys sci-fi could actually give this a good review. It's up there with the Tom Cruise remake of "War of the Worlds". I suppose the only plus point was that the aliens could actually be damaged by Earth weapons, giving rise to the couple of minutes (combined from various scenes throughout the entire film) of vaguely entertaining cinema. It also lead to one of the worst parts of the film too, as the aliens that were injured proceeded to rebuild themselves using human body parts!! I didn't know whether to laugh or cry when an alien that had been run over takes a guys brain to bring itself back to life. If you enjoy that sort of thing then you'll love the mother ship scene, which is just gobsmacking in it's stupidity. If, however, you have any taste in good films then you'll stay well away from this, possibly only watching it late night on channel 4 in their worst sci fi season.

 awesome sci-fi

| | See all bertynesbitt's reviews (1)

if you are interested in someones elses take on the invasion film, you must check this movie out, the strause brothers did a great job on it...dont pay heed to the bad press it is getting, those who are giving it bad press are used to really big budget movies and have become lazy and disrespectful to smaller movie makers...

give it a shot.....these boys have balls and take a risk....

 Waste of time!

| | See all moosehead79's reviews (29)

This has to be the worst film I watched last year.... bloody awful! Had the makings of a really good blockbuster, but failed to deliver. It's one of those films which show the best bits in the trailer.


| | See all AJ1988's reviews (1)

Worst science fiction film i've ever seen, just goes to show how good advertising can lead to such a disappointment!

 There should be a no star rating!!!

| | See all TheFriar's reviews (1)

Total Rubbish!!
Me and my girlfriend went to see this film in the cinema, I wish we hadn't. The only good thing is that it's quite a short film, anything is better than sitting throught this!
Bad story, ok effects, poor cast (Appart from the guy from Scrubs) Really dissapointing. The best part of the film was the trailer.
What more can I say???

ActorsEric Balfour, Scottie Thompson, David Zayas, Donald Faison, Brittany Daniel, Crystal Reed, Neil Hopkins, J. Paul Boehmer, Tanya Newbould, Pam Levin & Phet Mahathongdy
DirectorColin Strause & Greg Strause
Certificate15 years and over
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
Duration1 hour and 32 minutes (approx)