Right-wingers lose their minds on Twitter over the new ‘Aliens’ TV Series. John Iadarola and Jeff Waldorf break it down on The Damage Report.
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"Eat the rich? That’s not a bad premise for a new iteration of Alien—but most of the time, the series about hyper-predatory extraterrestrials has focused on working-class heroes. Ridley Scott’s 1979 original focused on cosmic merchant marines who discover wreckage with deadly cargo aboard, while James Cameron’s 1986 sequel, Aliens, was about actual Marines whose rescue mission turns into an operation to capture the fiends.
Whether it’s David Fincher’s prison colony in the third film, or the mercenaries of 1997’s fourth movie from director Jean-Pierre Jeunet, it’s always the workers and the underclass facing the acidic wrath of the creatures. Maybe there’s a capitalism metaphor inherent in the series."
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