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  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0058ZPN9U
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #82,594 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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By pogoooo on April 24 2012
This is a real rip off - it is recorded from the sy fy channel complete with commercials - pop ups and other interruptions - all the time there is a logo in the right corner advertising a movie coming up and the sy fy logo - most distraction
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
51 IS NOT THAT ORIGINAL Sept. 29 2011
By Michael Butts - Published on Amazon.com
Be warned...51 is NOT a "true" After Dark original like others in the series. 51 is a SyFy channel tv movie and it shows. Unlike earlier ADO superior efforts, 51 is an amateurish attempt to cash in on the iconic legend of Area 51.
Under Jason Connery's (son of 007 Sean) pedestrian direction, the plot is fairly simple: a group of reporters is inexplicably granted permission to tour the legendary Hangar 18 and upon their arrival, one of the captive aliens stages an uprising resulting in the release of other dangerous aliens.
There are no CGI monsters, rather a return to the men in rubber suits circa the 1950's. Connery even allows the camera to dwell shamelessly on these creatures to further stress the low budget.
B movie stalwarts Bruce Boxleitner, Jason London, Rachel Miner and John Shea try gamely but given their material, there's not much hope. And let's not forget the friendly Yoda clone---how original!
51 is sort of entertaining in a quirkish way but certainly not a classic!
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Low rent alien dirge, about what you'd expect Sept. 24 2011
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
51, or Area 51, or whatever you want to call it, is another Sci-Fi Channel co-production (like the cringe-worthy Scream of the Banshee) with this year's After Dark lineup. With that all in mind, you probably already know what you're getting here. Directed by Jason Connery (son of Sean) and featuring genre stalwarts like Bruce Boxleitner, Jason London, Rachel Miner, and John Shea all slumming it here as the fabled military base succumbs to an attack by the aliens they've been keeping prisoner for years, 51 delivers the goods for those looking for low-quality shocks and splatters. It really is better than the sum of its parts however, even with the overly weak acting and occasional unintentional hilarity that arises during some of the action sequences. All in all, 51 isn't the worst flick of this type you'll come across, and that has to count for something I guess in the end.
SO SO SCI FI FROM SYFY March 20 2012
By Mark Turner - Published on Amazon.com
Once again the Syfy network has decided to offer an original film via the After Dark franchise. The difference is that this time around they've got a fairly decent flick. It's not Oscar material but it never pretends to be either.

Due to the public outcry over secrets being held at what has been called Area 51, the military and top level politicians have decided to allow a couple of journalists in to see that they have nothing to hide. Of course we know they do have something to hide and as we watch base commander Col. Martin (Bruce Boxleitner) explain to his men, the only things these journalists will see is what they want them to.

The two journalists are Sam Whitaker (John Shea), a top network news anchor, respected for his in depth investigative pieces and Claire (Vanessa Branch), an online journalists who's blog is the most read news site looking into cover ups. Along with them are their camera people. These four and the Col. head down to the first level where he will allow them to see that there is nothing to hide except a few military secrets.

What they don't know is that there is a deeper level to area 51, one that does indeed house not just one but several aliens. For whatever reason these aliens, completely different from one another, are about to break free and seek freedom. Talk about bad timing.

The base goes on lockdown and the tour group takes cover where they can. Unfortunately one alien, the big bulky scaly one with claws, seems to enjoy popping heads off soldiers and making blood squirt everywhere. Yes, the costume is pretty bad but it harkens back to the good old man in suit monster movies. It doesn't take itself seriously and it's a good thing.

The other alien is a little more difficult to deal with. It has the ability to change form into anyone it touches. Like the film THE THING, we suddenly have an alien who could be any one in the group. So of course they split up every now and then.

Topside we have two soldiers with back stories that just don't seem to matter with the exception that both were heralded for bravery or cowardice and now have a chance to redeem themselves (which you know they will before the film ends). The question is can they do so before the entire base is blown sky high and can they stop the aliens from escaping at the same time?

As I said earlier, this movie doesn't take itself too seriously. Instead, it's like a classic B movie with plenty of action, enough story to get by and an alien that is rather cheaply made. There's also a twist included near the end but who am I to reveal what little secrets this film has? All in all it's in good fun and for those looking for a short distraction it will do the trick.
'A FEW MOMENTS OF TENSION' Aug. 23 2015
By rbmusicman/and/movie-fan' - Published on Amazon.com
Hold on to yer' seats as the 'after dark' series brings you this tense movie ( for your pleasure ? )
Officials of the secretive 'Area 51' unit give in to public pressure and speculation by allowing a ''restricted'' tour of the base
by some well known journalist's.
The area however has 'beings' not of this world within it's compound, it is not intended that the visitor's get anywhere near these........but, things go wrong when some of the out-of-this-world creatures break out causing havoc and terror.
Has some decent graphics on board, and is worth a spin for 'horror-feast' fans, not great but watchable.
(I believe 'Area 51' probably does harbour secrets, why not ?....what do you believe ?
Not Terrible. Nov. 10 2011
By Kaelan - Published on Amazon.com
Okay, I am not one to enjoy Alien movies. I Like Low Budget, B Slashers. And even though this is low budget, it is about Aliens, and nothing more. Not a good addition, to the After Dark Originals. I Could see this being another sequel to "Aliens" Although i wasn't a big fan of this one, it is still an okay movie. You Will LOVE it, if you enjoy Alien movies. After Dark, Stick with the slashers.

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