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Alien: Covenant Photos Show Bloody Neomorph Carnage

21 April 2017, 03:28 | Erica Roy

Getty Images for SXSW

Getty Images for SXSW

Following this week's promos featuring Katherine Waterston's Daniels and Billy Crudup's Christopher Oram [watch them here], 20th Century Fox has released another three found-footage style crew messages for Alien: Covenant from Danny McBride's Tennessee, Demian Bichir's Lope, and Tess Haubrich's Rosenthal.

The images come courtesy of Empire, whose upcoming issue delves deeply into the sci-fi/horror film. I actually saw this thing in action during the 15 minutes of the film that screened at SXSW last month and it made a strong (and gory) impression.

In the first image, a "mysterious figure" is seen unleashing a barrage of pods on the home planet of the Engineers.


There's also a chance to win an Alien: Covenant face hugger and an Alien: Covenant VR headset during the screening. A forth and final image shows another Neomorph, who is transitioning and looking a bit closer to the classic xenomorph that we all know and love. Like the previous videos, these were seemingly recorded as the Covenant initially set out on its journey, long before everything went to hell and aliens starting eating people.

Covenant is the follow-up to Scott's Prometheus and a prequel to his 1979 space horror Alien.

Alien: Covenant will release everywhere from May 12th, and we have two incoming transmissions from the crew of the colony ship, Covenant. When they uncover a threat beyond their imagination, they must attempt a harrowing escape.



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