This felt like a throwback to the sci-fi cinema of the 80s/90s. Bruce Willis getting stuck on a spaceship where an alien life form takes over its human hosts sure sounds a lot like an Alien franchise extension. Director Suits was smart enough though to diversify its homage material, so at least it feels like more like a revival than a rip-off.
Noah is a stowaway on the last flight out of Earth. Our planet is doomed and humanity has found a new home in outer space, but not everyone can make the jump. Noah works as a janitor, but then a parasite escapes and starts killing people and Noah will have to defend the ship with his life if he wants mankind to have a chance to survive.
Performances are mediocre, the ship looks a bit shabby and the plot is very basic, but it's been a long time since I've seen one of these aliens in space flicks. It's surely not the best in its class, but it's enjoyable enough and the pacing is pretty solid, so it's over before you know it. Not great, but entertaining.