This double feature of sci-fi thrills and gut-churning horror carries on the grisly tradition of Alien in blood-chilling style! First, Sam Phillips mysteriously disappears in XTRO, leaving behind his wife (Macabre's Bernice Stegers) and young son Tony (Brazil's Simon Nash). Three years later, he literally bursts back into their lives as a monstrous alien, determined to claim his son for his new homeland and to infect the blood of random earthlings. Strange powers are transmitted to Tony, enabling him to animate his toys into lethal weapons and joining his father in wreaking havoc on anyone in their path, including the family's sexy babysitter (Maryam d'Abo). Then the terror returns with XTRO II: The Second Encounter in which two scientists (Jan-Michael Vincent and Paul Koslo) at an isolated military complex discover the gateway to another word...and soon unleash an unspeakable alien terror on Earth that threatens to consume them all!
Harry Bromley Davenport's cultish take on the ALIEN theme is not for the squeamish, packing an impressive B-movie shock. Sam Phillips (Philip Sayer) is kidnapped by aliens while playing with his son; when he reappears three years later, he's not quite himself--with gory, splatter-filled results for his quiet British community. Maryam D'Abo, who went on to be a Bond girl in THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS (1987), distinguishes herself as an oversexed babysitter.
In XTRO 2, Dr. Shepherd (Jan-Michael Vincent) is summoned to a top-secret facility where he is to help recover three scientists who have failed to return from another dimension. But the mission becomes a horrible nightmare when they unintentionally bring back an insatiably bloodthirsty alien.
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