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OutlanderWhen an extraterrestrial spaceship comes crashing down to Earth during the reign of the Vikings, the Scandinavian plunderers get set to do battle with a most unusual enemy, a hellish, fire-breathing monster.
Actors of "Outlander"
Characters of "Outlander"
Directors of "Outlander"Howard McCain
Creators of "Outlander"Dirk BlackmanHoward McCain
Critic Reviews of "Outlander"Time OutApril 24, 2009
Daft, obvious but hugely enjoyable, 'Outlander' is superior trash.Dallas Morning NewsJanuary 23, 2009
An unexpectedly enjoyable science-fiction adventure that should be generating louder fanboy buzz than it has so far.Detroit NewsJanuary 23, 2009
Outlander is a cheesy, low-budget, space alien Viking monster movie. And seemingly proud of it.San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 23, 2009
In its second half, Outlander falls apart completely, becoming nothing but a violent, mindless monster movie along the lines of Alien vs. Predator.Chicago TribuneJanuary 23, 2009
In Outlander, the nuttiest hunk of junk in many months, Viking warriors and a stoic intergalactic traveler join forces to combat an enormous beetle with whiplash stingers.Miami HeraldJanuary 22, 2009
There isn't a single scene in this story about a traveler from another planet who crash-lands on Earth during the Iron Age that doesn't remind you of another, better movie.Common Sense MediaAugust 31, 2010
Beowulf with aliens and lots of gore, violence.BrianOrndorf.comJune 02, 2010
Outlander is a fluid genre exercise that satisfies cravings for action and Norse mythology in one fell swoop. It's a full-bodied adventure movie that's responsive and reverential to the needs of sci-fi escapism.CinematicalDecember 17, 2009
Vikings vs. aliens -- Outlander is probably the best possible version of whatever movie you've already made in your head from reading those first three words.Suite101.comJune 20, 2009
A mead hall party feels like a Iron Age version of "Cheers," right down to the "Norm!" greeting for one character. It's one of many leaden diversions from what should be a lean, economical, brutal B-movie of aliens, Vikings and alternate timelines.Montreal Film JournalJune 08, 2009
This is honestly better than all the big Hollywood blockbusters that have been released so far this summer.Reel Film ReviewsMay 28, 2009
...ultimately establishes itself as a fun little endeavor that boasts as irresistible a premise as one could possibly imagine.
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