Upper Paleolithic

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the time period during which only modern Homo sapiens was known to have existed

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105:8 that since a "covenant" was "commanded to a thousand generations," this means that in about 1,000 BC, there had to have been "a thousand generations" who had received the covenant, so that Adam must probably date to somewhere between about 35,000 BC to 70,000 BC.
More horror than sci-fi, this is pretty scary stuff in places, but with the opening caption reading North Texas, 35,000 BC, and references to movies like North By Northwest and Independence Day, it doesn't take itself too seriously.
That is set in 35,000 BC when a couple of Ice Age guys are killed by an all- powerful alien.