Does anyone know the title of an 80s or early 90s sci-fi flick where there's a group in an underground facility and there's some type of monster mutants chasing them. The only part I remember at the end is that they need to escape (it's only a male and female character I think that are left surviving) by climbing up a hatch and when they do it's onto a snowy field. The monsters are chasing them too and you see them come up out of the hatch and I think at that point the facility underground explodes.

Apologies that this is very vague and sounds like every other sci-fi flick of the 80s but I never saw it again and it stuck in my mind for some reason.

  • What language? What country was it made in? When did you see it?
    – Wad Cheber
    Dec 3, 2015 at 4:47

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I know you said 80s / early 90s, but you might be referring to the first X-Files film, released in 1998. At the end of the film:

  • Mulder and Scully (male and female!) are trying to escape from an alien ship / hybridization facility buried underground in Antarctica
  • alien-human hybrids are chasing them as they run through the ship
  • they manage to crawl out of the ship through an exhaust hatch (the aliens almost get them in the process)
  • the ship, having detected the anti-alien vaccine that Mulder injected into the facility, unearths itself and flies away; the take-off of the ship destroys the aliens that were behind them in the hatch
  • Mulder and Scully find themselves on a snow-covered ice patch as the ship departs

Here are the scenes:

  • It was definitely a US film and not X-Files lol. I've seen the x-files movie a few times. I would say I saw this 20 years ago <.< , and never saw it again. Dec 25, 2015 at 0:02
  • @PedroChinoMoscoso : The X-Files film is a US film. Do you mean that the particular scene you saw was set somewhere in the US? Thanks for coming back to let us know. I'll keep looking. :-)
    – Praxis
    Dec 25, 2015 at 0:07

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