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‘Dark Skies’ has some nice touches but parents not terrified enough

Keri Russell, left, and Kadan Rockett star in the horror/sci-fi tale "Dark Skies."
Keri Russell, left, and Kadan Rockett star in the horror/sci-fi tale "Dark Skies."
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The standard-issue alien-abduction thriller gains a few paranormal touches and a taste of the living dead in “Dark Skies,” a sometimes hair-raising riff on all the “Communions” that have come before. It’s a passably chilling bit of nonsense that builds on the past, the tropes of the genre, and relies on them for the odd jolt and the occasional ironic laugh. Yes, the aliens are abducting us, but only those of us who didn’t heed ...


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