1985, 20th Century Fox, 117 min, USA, Dir: Ron Howard

Senior citizen troublemakers Art (Don Ameche), Ben (Wilford Brimley) and Joe (Hume Cronyn) have seemingly discovered the fountain of youth during one of their nightly excursions to an unattended swimming pool. After their swim, their ailments and fatigue dissipate and they begin to experience a renewed energy. Little do they know that the source of the pool’s power involves a pair of extraterrestrial visitors, who are eager to enlist the men’s help in an elaborate plot to return home. Featuring Brian Dennehy, Jack Gilford, Steve Guttenberg and Maureen Stapleton, this Ron Howard sci-fi classic won Oscars for Best Visual Effects and Best Supporting Actor (Ameche).

1982, 112 min, USA, Dir: Slava Tsukerman

Anne Carlisle stars in a dual role as Margaret and Jimmy, rival New York City models who are both coke fiends. It turns out tiny alien beings also enjoy a good drug rush; when the extraterrestrials also latch on to human orgasms, Margaret begins using sex as a weapon. Among the most original films of the 1980s, Slava Tsukerman's midnight movie classic mashes up UFOs, social satire and New Wave music to dazzling effect. “The funniest, craziest, most perversely beautiful science-fiction movie ever made.” - David Denby, New York Magazine.

2018, 20th Century Fox, 101 min, Canada/USA, Dir: Shane Black

From the outer reaches of space to the backwoods of southern Georgia, the hunt comes home in Shane Black’s explosive reinvention of the PREDATOR series. Now, the universe’s most lethal hunters are stronger, smarter and deadlier than ever before. And only a ragtag crew of ex-soldiers and an evolutionary biology professor can prevent the end of the human race. Starring Yvonne Strahovski, Olivia Munn and Jacob Tremblay.

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