Learn more about the different kind of encounters with extraterrestrials as explained in the newly-released featurette of Olatunde Osunsanmi's thriller.
Closing in to the theatrical release of "The Fourth Kind" in November, Universal Pictures has unleashed a fresh featurette. Courtesy of Yahoo! Movies, the compilation of footage provides proofs of Alien existence in addition to sharing info about the terms used to describe the different kind of encounters with extraterrestrials.
The fourth kind is actually one of the terms established in 1972 to describe the scale of measurement for alien encounters. The sighting of a UFO is referred as the first kind, the evidence of UFO existence as the second kind, the contact with extraterrestrials as the third kind, and the abduction as the fourth kind. The last encounter has been the most difficult to document. But, that's all changed when psychologist Dr. Abigail Tyler comes to Nome, Alaska.
In the remote region where a disproportionate number of the population has been reported missing every year, Tyler tries to uncover the truth behind the mystery when multiple FBI investigations of the region fail to unravel the truth. Videotaping sessions with traumatized patients, she soon unwittingly discovers some of the most disturbing evidence of alien abduction ever documented.
Integrating never-before-seen archival footage, "The Fourth Kind" exposes the terrified revelations of multiple witnesses and investigates the validity of their alien visit accounts. The sci-fi thriller comes from director/writer Olatunde Osunsanmi and stars Milla Jovovich, Will Patton and Elias Koteas. November 6 will be the day to encounter this movie in U.S. theaters.
"The Fourth Kind" Featurette - "Abduction":