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January 15, 2021

Special Report: Alien Resurrection (1997)

Special Guests: Gary Dourdan, Leland Orser, Pitof
Guest Co-Hosts: El Goro, Mike Thompson

On this special episode of The Projection Booth, we're looking at Alien: Resurrection, it's the next chapter (some might say last chapter) of the Alien Saga started by Ridley Scott back in 1979. Released in 1997, we re-join Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) five years after Alien 3 but 200 years after the events portrayed in David Fincher's film.

El Goro and Mike Thompson join Mike (White) to discuss the strange hybrid of 's American script and Jean-Pierre Jeunet's French sensibilities.

REDEMPTION DAY is now available in select theaters, on demand and digital.

01:27:15 - Gary Dourdan discusses his latest film Redemption Day along with his role of Christie in Alien: Resurrection

01:45:32 - Leland Orser talks about his roles in Se7en, Very Bad Things, Escape from L.A. and more

02:18:46 - Pitof talks about his work with Jeunet & Caro

Listen/Download Now:

Bonus Interview: More with Pitof

Buy the Alien Series on Blu-Ray
Buy Memory: The Origin of Alien on Blu-Ray
Buy The Alien: Resurrection Novelization by A.C. Crispin
Buy Making of Alien: Resurrection by Andrew Murdock

Original Soundtrack - John Frizzell



  1. I don't think you need to worry about us ALIEN: RESURRECTION defenders. Compared to ALIEN3 fanatics: we're far fewer, we're not mobilized, and we have a sense of humor.