The Hidden (1987) 1080p YIFY Movie

The Hidden (1987) 1080p

An alien parasite with the ability to possess human bodies goes on a violent crime spree in L.A. A human cop, detective Tom Beck, and an alien cop posing as a young FBI agent Lloyd Gallagher both pursue the parasite who frequently changes his human hosts.

IMDB: 7.08 Likes

  • Genre: Action | Crime
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.86G
  • Resolution: 1920x1080 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 96
  • IMDB Rating: 7.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 1 / 2

The Synopsis for The Hidden (1987) 1080p

An alien parasite with the ability to possess human bodies goes on a violent crime spree in LA, committing dozens of murders and robberies. In pursuit of the extraterrestrial criminal is an FBI agent, and the local officer investigating the rash of violence. As they close in on the vicious intruder, the city faces a brutal threat like no other it has ever encountered.

The Director and Players for The Hidden (1987) 1080p

[Director]Jack Sholder
[Role:]Kyle MacLachlan
[Role:]Claudia Christian
[Role:]Michael Nouri

The Reviews for The Hidden (1987) 1080p

Reviewed byLucien LessardVote: 9/10/10

A series of bizarre, unusual crimes are committed by seemingly ordinarycitizens of Los Angeles. L.A. Police Detective (Micheal Nouri) istotally baffled by these strange crimes. When a mysterious FBI Agent(Kyle MacLachlan) is helping the police detective with theseinexplicable robberies and murders but not telling the detective thatit is a demonic extraterrestrial creature is invading the bodies ofeveryday citizens and transforming them into inhuman killers.

Directed by Jack Sholder (A Nightmare on Elm Street 2:Freddy's Revenge,Wishmaster 2:Evil Never Dies, Alone in the Dark) made a entertaining,wildly violent, kinetic, sci-fi action/thriller that is even touchingwith a sense a humor. This independent film has high production valuesand it was made with a budget of under $5 million. This was a Small Hitfor then independent studio:New Line Cinema. MacLachlan and Nouri aregood in the film.

DVD has an fine anamorphic Widescreen (1.85:1) transfer (Also in Pan &Scan) with an digitally remastered-Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound(Also in the original mono Sound). DVD has an running commentary trackby the director and fan/friend of the filmmaker:Tim Hunter (River'sEdge). DVD also has unused footage, never seen before special effectsproduction footage with narration from the director and the originaltheatrical trailer. The film has become a Cult Classic and it is alsoone of the most underrated films of the 1980's. This film is a fast,violent, edge of your seat thrill ride. Written by Bob Hunt (Hunt-whois actually screenwriter:Jim Kouf). Kouf is best known for hisscreenplay of "The Stakeout Films" and the little seen "Gang Related".Terrific music score by Micheal Convertino. (**** ½/*****).

Reviewed byBogmeisterVote: 8/10/10

This starts out with a bang, literally, and doesn't let up for theentire film. The picture zips along, whether with speedy car chases orinteresting suspense, keeping the audience on their toes. We can creditdirector Sholder for keeping things exciting but I also suspect thiswas one those scripts that wasn't tampered with much (which is as itshould be for most scripts, but isn't in Hollywood). For sheer level ofentertainment as a sci-fi thriller, this approaches Terminator (84) -the one to beat. Some of the premise is similar, featuring anunstoppable menace. You're always guaranteed an adrenaline rush withscenes of cops firing their weapons repeatedly at someone who justwon't fall down; they may slow him or it down, perhaps stagger it, butin the end they need something more than just bullets.

This pic represents a fortunate confluence of personnel and events. Thetwo lead actors, MacLachlin & Nouri, had just reached their respectivepeaks in their careers and both were at the top of their game (bothcareers went into downswing afterward but it can't be blamed on thisfilm). In fact, I'd venture that this film contains both their bestroles. Nouri is the strong-willed earth-man cop and MacLachlan takesfull advantage of his unusual persona to play an alien visitor (sort oflike Jeff Bridges in "Starman"/1984, but Bridges had to try harder).The supporting cast are all great too, with many having to play twoversions of themselves. Who can forget Christian as an exotic dancersuddenly gone gun-crazy? There's a lot of inherent humor in suchscenes. The best and most memorable must be the one with Boyettacquiring a Ferrari in his own alien style. Just unforgettable.

Unfortunately, there was a forgettable and quite awful sequel severalyears later. But this remains one of the most unique, vivid alienvisitor/invader films of the eighties and nineties.

Reviewed bySquirePMVote: 10/10/10

The Hidden is an unknown gem of a movie. That it's sci-fi probably keptitspopularity down, but it's one of the best sci-fi filmsever.

Michael Nouri proves once again that he deserves every leading man role hegets, and the ever quirky Kyle MacLachlan is at the top of his weirdform.

Highly recommended for an evening of unexpected fun.

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