Written by Scotty
Wanting to make every vacation special is something that parents are always wanting to do. Even if it does not start off the best, they are always looking to make it memorable since it is the special time they get to have with their kids. Trying to find the bright side of everything, even if there is not one is what makes them special since there is always a way to make even a mistake seem like something wonderful.
The Morris family is heading up to the Brown Mountains for a well-deserved camping trip. Wanting to get away from the hustle of real life, this is the perfect trip for them to get out and bond as a family should. Young Riley is up for the trip as well and it would be the perfect time for him to get some good usage out of his new video camera.
Keeping track of everything that is happening on the trip, Riley is not able to sleep on their first night out and captures some strange lights outside of his tent. Showing the footage to his parents, he is fascinated by what he has seen and wants to investigate a little bit more, but his father has them on a tight schedule and needs to move on to their next camping spot. As the trip proceeds, the family notices that there seems to be a problem with their GPS unit in the car and it seems as thought they are on a road that has no end. Running low on fuel, they are happy to find a tunnel, but not to see what is inside waiting for them.
Alien Abduction follows the Morris family as they are on the camping trip of a lifetime in the Brown Mountains. Not giving any credence of the reported alien activity over the past couple of years in the area, the family is looking to just get away. With young Riley video taping the entire trip, there does not seem to be anything happening with the exception of some strange lights in the sky. When their GPS unit takes them down a different route however, the family is in for something that they never expected. Finding a tunnel filled with empty cars, and strange visitors at the other end, they have to find refuge where ever they can to keep their sanity and their lives.
Just another alien movie that makes you wonder what the visitors really want from us as a species. With the entire movie being shot in first person, it is difficult to see what the threat really is, but when they get closer, you start to cringe. With the storyline being based on the survival of the family, it makes you wonder how you would fare if you were put in the same situation. Keep your eyes on the skies and Stay Scared.