The film not to have a close encounter with this weekend, most critics warn, is The Fourth Kind , which is set in Nome, Alaska but which was actually shot in Bulgaria -- documentary style, like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity -- about a supposed invasion of aliens who terrorize the good citizens of Nome. Like its predecessors, says Roger Moore in the Orlando Sentinel, " The Fourth Kind is a fraud, but that wouldn't matter if it were scarier and better acted." Writes Joe Neumaier in the New York Daily News "Badly acted by everyone (including the director, OlaTunde Osunsanmi, who appears onscreen), this insipid jumble's idea of fright is incessant screaming."