Alien Agenda: Endangered Species Trailer

Alien Agenda: Endangered Species Trailer (1998)

09 June 1998 Horror, Sci-Fi 102 mins

TV reporter Megan Cross, while interviewing "alien abductees", has a too-close encounter with the extraterrestrials. Unable to turn to her boyfriend for help, as he might be one of the creatures, she abandons her life to work at an organization that secretly keeps tabs on the world's extraterrestrial activity.

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Cast

Debbie Rochon

as Megan Cross

Joel D. Wynkoop

as Cope Ransom

Joe Zaso

as John

Alejandro Aragonez

as Fritz Coligan

Ken Blanck

as Sheen

Daisy Campisi

as Marion Jurgens

Sasha Graham

as Female Intruder

International Releases Dates

United States 09 June 1998

Production Companies

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