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Small Details In Sci-Fi Horror Movies That Fans Noticed

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Vote up the coolest details from science fiction horror movies.

Horror and sci-fi are two genres that always go hand-in-hand. Some very beloved films have blended the two genres beautifully, and now, movie fans are turning to Reddit to expose some sci-fi horror movie details that went over many moviegoers' heads. 

These Easter eggs are hidden just well enough to be hard to find, yet they're still extremely significant. Some may be more shocking than others, but all of them have the capacity to leave even the biggest fans speechless.

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    821 VOTES

    The Xenomorph Is Hiding In 'Alien'

    From Redditor u/SFritzon:

    As Brett goes to look for the cat in Alien (1979), there's a brief shot of the alien hiding amongst the chains in plain sight - but because no one really knew what the creature looked like, it just appeared as another piece of equipment on the ship.

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    Not Worth The Risk In 'A Quiet Place'

    From Redditor u/BulljiveBots:

    In last year’s A Quiet Place, a family must live in silence to avoid monsters with super-sensitive hearing. In this scene, the family is getting supplies from a local market. Notice the shelves on the right are empty, and on the left, they’re full... of noisy potato chips in noisy bags.

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    512 VOTES

    Connecting The Universe In 'The Cloverfield Paradox'

    From Redditor u/rammen4:

    The Cloverfield Paradox (2018) - Cloverfield (2008). If you play both films at the same time, the precise moment the Particle accelerator fires in Paradox, it causes the monster to appear in Cloverfield, linking the two universes.

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    527 VOTES

    Moving Mannequin In 'I Am Legend'

    From Redditor u/TrippyWentLucio:

    In I Am Legend (2007), when Dr. Robert Neville unexpectedly sees the mannequin he calls "Fred" outside on the street, the mannequin actually moves its head a little. During that scene, a mime actually replaced the mannequin to try and play with people's minds at a glance.