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Falling Skies, scare you? Aliens?

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Aliens are the hot topic of cable television, and although one of the most promising and expected to Falling Skies has just been released, do you really feel fear to see them, as it happens in the movies?

Love of the apocalyptic

We can not forget that hits like The Walking Dead and Supernatural have had great success with audiences and generate intelligent suspense -packed episodes that keep us with the sheet between the eyes, but when we talk about aliens, the technolo to animation is a key factor.

The pilot two-hour episode reveals the story of a post alien invasion, and as the few remaining humans trying to survive.

The formula seems to be the same as its creator, Steven Spielberg, typically used. Films like Terminator Salvation and Battle: Los Angeles might be good enough examples of refried exploited by Hollywood, however, experience in film differs greatly from that which can be experienced in the comfort of a home and a economic speakers.

What can you expect?

The reviews indicate that although the visual effects seem to be well executed, and certainly if we saw an Imax screen would be amazing in the scope of our little monitor, these monstrous creatures from distant planets end be seen little frightening.

Noah Wyle, former ER doctor, is the protagonist will be the guerrilla leader throughout the series, along with actors Moon Bloodgood, Drew Roy and Maxim Knight, among other good actors.

Do you think the expensive production of its first chapter, it is enough to see it on TV?

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    Aliens are the hot topic of cable television, and although one of the most promising and expected to Falling Skies has just been released, do you really feel fear to see them, as it happens in the movies?

    Love of the apocalyptic

    We can not forget that hits like The Walking Dead and Supernatural have had great success with audiences and generate intelligent suspense -packed episodes that keep us with the sheet between the eyes, but when we talk about aliens, the technolo to animation is a key factor.

    The pilot two-hour episode reveals the story of a post alien invasion, and as the few remaining humans trying to survive.

    The formula seems to be the same as its creator, Steven Spielberg, typically used. Films like Terminator Salvation and Battle: Los Angeles might be good enough examples of refried exploited by Hollywood, however, experience in film differs greatly from that which can be experienced in the comfort of a home and a economic speakers.

    What can you expect?

    The reviews indicate that although the visual effects seem to be well executed, and certainly if we saw an Imax screen would be amazing in the scope of our little monitor, these monstrous creatures from distant planets end be seen little frightening.

    Noah Wyle, former ER doctor, is the protagonist will be the guerrilla leader throughout the series, along with actors Moon Bloodgood, Drew Roy and Maxim Knight, among other good actors.

    Do you think the expensive production of its first chapter, it is enough to see it on TV?

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