1

The Book Of Eli (2010)

The darker and more brutal plot that is being played out in The Book of Eli expertly incorporates biblical motifs.

2

Cowboys And Aliens (2011)

The movie Cowboys and Aliens, directed by Jon Favreau, may have caught moviegoers off guard when it combined two seemingly unrelated worlds in 2011.

3

Pod (2015)

Pod focuses on another sibling set fighting against an alien creature but instead of being set in a hot and rural setting, it has a more cabin-in-the-woods feel with its literal setting being a cabin in the snow-covered woods.  

4

Attraction 2: Invasion (2020)

Three years have passed since the alien invasion in the first film when the sequel to the Russian sci-fi action movie is set.

5

Battle Of Los Angeles (2011)

Battle of Los Angles from 2011 is yet another alien invasion film available on the Peacock streaming platform.

6

UFO Chronicles (2013 - 2018)

With five distinct documentaries covering various claims of ET and UFO experiences as well as the presence of aliens on earth, The UFO Chronicles makes it acceptable to spiral.

7

Unidentified (2020)

Unidentified swiftly shifts from one thing to another when they come upon a mystery extraterrestrial monster rather than their past choices coming back to haunt them.

8

Wow Signal (2017)

Unidentified swiftly shifts from one thing to another when they come upon a mystery extraterrestrial monster rather than their past choices coming back to haunt them.

9

Tremors (1990)

 This 1990s horror movie starring Kevin Bacon and Reba McEntire tells the story of a beast that lives beneath and is slowly devouring people, trapping a small town's inhabitants.

10

You Should Have Left (2020)

In the psychological horror film about a family's terrible otherworldly occurrences in a remote house, Kevin Bacon's role plays into that.