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"Decoys" is a 2003 science fiction and horror film directed and co-written by Matthew Hastings, and written by Tom Berry. The cast included Kim Poirier and Nicole Eggert. It was filmed in Ottawa, Ontario and originally broadcast on the Sci Fi Channel. A sequel, Decoys 2: Alien Seduction, was released in 2007."

"..Apparently, these aliens have come to earth in hopes of impregnating men, as their race is dying out. To save their race, the aliens persuade unsuspecting men to come with them to abandoned places, promising sex. However, the "mating" process involves sticking their tentacles down the male's throat. Most men die in the process because they cannot survive the cold temperature and the aliens fail yet again to produce spawn. Roger allows Constance to "mate" with him after she explains everything to him as she has fallen in love with him when she wasn't supposed to. She explains that they're merely trying to survive and that they don't want anyone to die. He agrees to mate with her to try to give her and her race a chance to survive. Luke comes in just in time to see a baby alien crawl out of Roger's mouth, and Roger dies soon after, leaving Constance horrified as she didn't want him to die.

Luke then discovers that, while the aliens love the cold, they hate heat. In the end, using a flamethrower and with the help of a cop who believes him, he exterminates Lily, Constance and the other aliens, in revenge for Roger's death, not knowing the truth. Alex congratulates him and they start to have sex. There's a sudden flashback to the very beginning of the movie when the jock sees the dead people. He looks up and sees Alex who then says "You're early". Suddenly Luke realizes Alex is an alien. He screams as she pins him down and rapes him and her tentacles appear. The camera zooms out of the room as Luke's screams fade away."

"Decoys 2: Alien Seduction" is the sequel to the film Decoys. It was originally titled as Decoys 2: Rebirth, with its North American DVD release title being Decoys: The Second Seduction.
Back from the original film are actress Kim Poirier and actor Corey Sevier. It also stars Tobin Bell and Dina Meyer. It was originally due to air on TV but was given a straight-to-DVD release."

"..Sam, a college student in a small Northwestern town, reluctantly joins his roommates in a contest to see who can hook up with the most gorgeous co-eds by the end of the semester. But when men slowly start disappearing around town, he and his friends learn that when it comes to beautiful women, it’s what’s inside that really matters. In the end he and his friends with the help of Luke (who managed to survive after being impregnated at the end of the first film) go after and kill the aliens, but find a room full of impregnated people. Their fates are unknown. The final words onscreen are "The End... Maybe."

Van Helsing   Gargoyle looking.

From Dusk till Dawn*In the Robert Rodriguez film "From Dusk till Dawn", many of the shapeshifting vampires are depicted as looking very reptilian. Also note the reptilian themed decor in many of the background shots of the raunchy bar, namely all the snake statues very reminiscent of the Meso-american shapeshifting reptile 'god' Quetzalcoatl. Quite interesting also how the two psychopathic brothers, Clooney and Tarantino, are given the last name of 'Gecko' (just like the LIZARD) in this movie. You may recall that Michael Douglas's cold blooded, corporate psychopath character in the movie "Wall street" was named 'Gecko' as well!:

"From Dusk till Dawn" is a 1996 horror film directed by Robert Rodriguez and written by Quentin Tarantino. The movie stars Harvey Keitel, George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino and Juliette Lewis."

"Two brothers Seth (George Clooney) and Richie Gecko (Quentin Tarantino) are wanted by the FBI and Texas police for a bank robbery that has left several people dead. They stop at a liquor store with the intent of just picking up a state map, but Richie's psychotic behavior results in Ranger Earl McGraw (Michael Parks) and the cashier (John Hawkes) being shot dead while the store burns down. During the gunfight, Richie is shot in his left hand.

The Geckos are heading towards Mexico, where a contact has arranged a safehouse for them. Along the way they stop at a motel and it is revealed that they had been keeping a bank teller (Brenda Hillhouse) in their car trunk as hostage. While Seth goes out to buy some food, Richie rapes and murders the teller, which infuriates Seth when he returns.

Meanwhile, Jacob (Harvey Keitel), a pastor who is experiencing a crisis of faith, arrives at the same motel with his daughter Kate (Juliette Lewis) and his adopted son Scott (Ernest Liu). Realizing that the family's RV can be used to get them across the border, the brothers kidnap the family, making a truce that if they can make it past the border, Jacob and his family will not be harmed. After successfully reaching Mexico, they arrive at the "Titty Twister", a strip club in the middle of a desolate part of Mexico, to meet their contact Carlos (Cheech Marin) at dawn.

Before entering, Seth and Richie get into a fight with the doorman Chet Pussy (also played by Cheech Marin), after the latter makes a lewd comment towards Kate. Inside, they are initially ordered to leave by the bartender Razor Charlie (Danny Trejo), as only bikers and truckers are allowed, but Jacob defuses the situation by showing him his driver's license which has a trucker rating. Seth and Richie drink heavily, encouraging the entire group to do the same. Richie takes special notice of the club's star performer, [size=4]Satánico Pandemónium[/size (Salma Hayek) during an extended solo performance, after which Chet Pussy and some others approach the group, looking to settle the score with the Geckos. In a short confrontation, Richie is stabbed in his already wounded hand, and seeing his blood, Satánico attacks him, undergoing a transformation into a horrific vampire.[A scaly skinned reptilian!]

Chaos ensues as the employees, the strippers and the band (Tito & Tarantula) are all revealed to be vampires. Most of the patrons are quickly killed, with the toughest of them fighting for their lives. Richie is bitten by Satánico and bleeds to death. Only Seth, Jacob, Kate, Scott, a biker named Sex Machine (Tom Savini) and a Vietnam veteran trucker named Frost (Fred Williamson) survive the attack. They quickly establish an alliance in order to survive through the night. Seth convinces the group that Jacob is their best weapon, but only if he rediscovers his faith, and they also figure out how forming a cross with two objects helps fend off the vampires.

The slain patrons, including Richie, suddenly reawaken as vampires, forcing the group to kill them all. During this second struggle, one of the vampires bites Sex Machine's arm. While the group is listening to Frost recount an event from his days in Vietnam, Sex Machine transforms into a vampire and bites both Frost and Jacob before being tossed through a boarded up window, which allows many other vampires, in the form of bats, to enter. Seth and the Fullers retreat to a storeroom and improvise anti-vampire weapons from supplies left by prior victims of the bar. The four stage their final assault on the vampires, their weapons proving effective in destroying many of the creatures. During the battle, Sex Machine is killed by Kate and Jacob slays the vampiric Frost. Jacob transforms, but Scott is hesitant to kill him and gets bitten. He manages to dispatch his father and is dragged down by other vampires. Kate follows the wishes of her brother and kills him, also destroying his attackers.

As the sun rises, only Seth and Kate remain alive, surrounded and low on ammunition. Just then, sunlight breaks through the bullet-holes in the bar walls and burns the vampires. Seth and Kate shoot out more holes, which allows them to survive until Carlos and his guards show up. They open the doors, and the sunlight reflects on the bar's disco ball, killing the rest of the creatures while Seth and Kate flee outdoors. Safely outside, Carlos asks Seth if the creatures were psychopaths, to which Seth sarcastically replies that psychopaths don't burn when sunlight touches them, regardless of the extent of their insanity. Angry over the deaths of Richie, Jacob and Scott, Seth demands that Carlos lower his 30% take for his stay in El Rey and telling them to wait in the bar, to which Carlos reluctantly agrees. Kate offers to accompany Seth, but fearing for her safety, he declines and gives her some cash. After Kate drives the RV away, the camera pans back to reveal that the "Titty Twister" bar is the top of an Aztec temple partially sunk into a valley wall, with many abandoned motorbikes and trucks seen around it, implying that the vampires have been slaying patrons for many years."

"Wishmaster" is a 1997 American horror film directed by Robert Kurtzman, and is the second film directed by Kurtzman. It was executive produced by Wes Craven—the only film of the Wishmaster series with his name attached.

The plot of Wishmaster concerns a djinn (evil genie), an omnipotent, supremely evil entity who is released from a jewel and seeks to capture the soul of the woman who discovered him, thereby opening a portal and freeing his fellow djinn to inhabit the earth. The film stars Andrew Divoff and Tammy Lauren, and features many actors from other popular horror movies such as Nightmare On Elm Street, Day of the Dead, and Candyman. Three sequels were made, featuring differing casts and crews: Wishmaster 2: Evil Never Dies, Wishmaster 3: Beyond the Gates of Hell, and Wishmaster 4: The Prophecy Fulfilled."

"..The narrator, Angus Scrimm, in his only words in the film, introduces the audience to the creatures called "djinn with the following statement:

Once, in a time before time, God breathed life into the universe. And the light gave birth to Angels. And the earth gave birth to Man. And the fire gave birth to the Djinn, creatures condemned to dwell in the void between the worlds. One who wakes a Djinn shall be given three wishes. Upon the granting of the third, the unholy legions of the Djinn shall be freed to rule the earth. Fear one thing in all there is...fear the Djinn.

The next scene is set in Persia during the year 1127 A.D. with the Djinn asking a Persian emperor to make his second wish. The emperor asks the Djinn to show him wonders. The Djinn uses his powers to torture and mutilate people in the palace. Before the emperor can make his third wish, Zoroaster, a sorcerer (Ari Barak), interrupts and states that upon the third wish granted to the one who woke the Djinn, a gateway will open between the worlds and the evil race of Djinn can live on earth. The sorcerer then reveals a fire opal. The Djinn is sucked into the jewel, where he remains captured."

"...The folklore professor tells Alex about the jewel, the Djinn, and its evil history. Later, Alex learns that the Djinn needs to power the gem with the soul of humans, and then grant her three wishes before he can unleash the Djinn on Earth. During this time, the Djinn, who had been in demonic form removes the face of a corpse in the morgue, taking on the dead man's form and the name Nathaniel Demerest. The Djinn, now as Nathaniel, goes about granting people wishes in return for their souls while he searches for Alex. He finally tracks down Alex's boss and grants him a greed-inflicted wish so that he can get Alex's address."

The next movie deals with 'Djinn' alternately spelled 'Jinn'. The Islamic version of fallen angels/nephilim/demons RE: reptilian shapeshifters who have the ability to take on many different forms. The word 'Jinn' in fact translates in to 'serpent'/'serpent-like' or 'snake-like'!:

"Snakes are the forms of the transmutations of the shape of the Jinn"

Islamic folk beliefs remain common, such as the myths surrounding Jinn, long lived shape-shifting spirits of air and fire. Their shape-shifting abilities allow them to change gender at will. The word "Jinn" means 'serpent-like'.
The jinn take the forms of snakes and appear in front of humans. It is for this reason that the Prophet, alayhe salat wa salem, has forbidden the killing of snakes found in the houses, out of fear that they may be jinn that have embraced Islam. It is recorded in Sahih Muslim on the authority of Abu Saeed al-Khudri that the Prophet, alayhe salat wa salem, said, "A group of jinn in Madina have embraced Islam. So he who sees anyone of them should warn it three times. And if it appears after that it should be killed, for it must be a devil."

There is one type of snake that is found in the house which we have been given special permission to kill without first requesting it to leave. In Sahih Bukhari it is recorded from Abu Lubaba that the Prophet, alayhe salat wa salem, said, "Do not kill the jinn, except every one with two streaks on the back, for they cause miscarriages and take away eyesight. Therefore, kill them." Does this ruling that snakes are jinn mean that every snake is a jinn or only some of them? The Prophet, alayhe salat wa salem, said, "Snakes are the forms of the transmutations of the shape of the jinn in the same way that the apes and swine were transmutations of the tribe of Israel." (at-Tabarani and al-Udhma, graded Sahih by al-Albani)
The word Jinn means "serpent-like" and they are sometimes considered to be led by the Devil Iblis
"There are three types of Jinn, one which flies in the air all the time [ufo's? winged reptilians?]..Another look like snakes [Reptilians] and dogs...The third move about from place to place like men [disguised as humans in visible light?]