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Romulus Trailer Proves Facehuggers Are Scarier Than Xenomorphs

The above trailer has several images highlighting why facehuggers and humans getting impregnated with alien babies are what to watch out for in an Alien movie. There’s the heart-pounding shot of an individual’s chest cavity being illuminated as something pounds on the inside. Additionally, there’s a disturbing close-up shot of a facehugger trying to attach to a human. The monsters come up frequently in the YouTube comments, with @Nicholas_Chen_ writing, “Looks like they fully understand how creepy the facehuggers are, and [maximized] its horror potential.”

It’s even worse when considering the full extent of how facehuggers impregnate their hosts. “Alien” #4 from Marvel Comics (from Declan Shalvey and Andrea Broccardo) details this process in-depth, not only chronicling how the facehugger inserts the embryo into a human but how it then keeps the human alive to protect the embryo through the use of filtering sacs. These are the fleshier appendages on the facehuggers’ sides that provide the human with oxygen to keep it alive just long enough for the baby xenomorph to burst out. 

If a xenomorph bursts its secondary mouth through someone’s skull, at least they’re just dead. However, a human that gets a facehugger attached remains alive, perhaps even feeling the embryo growing inside them. Removing the facehugger isn’t enough, as evidenced by Kane (John Hurt) in 1979’s “Alien.” His crew removes the facehugger, giving him autonomy for a brief period of time until the chestburster comes out, resulting in the best kill ever within the Alien franchise. 

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