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This is a "Wild Mass Guess" entry, where we pull out all the sanity stops on theorizing. The regular entry on this topic is elsewhere. Please see this programme note.
Alien vs. Predator
The plot of the first movie was a Shout-Out to H.P. Lovecraft.
An expedition in Antarctica discovers ruins of a structure built by aliens. Inside, the explorers are attacked by those aliens and find carvings illustrating part of their history: they came to the Earth in ancient times and used a non-sapient, genetically engineered species for their own purposes. That species eventually (almost) obliterated them. In the climax, the protagonist flees out of the structure, chased by a creature from that non-sapient species.

What am I describing? Alien vs. Predator or At the Mountains of Madness?

The AVP movies and games are canon and are set in the same universe with both franchises.
Okay, this might be odd for many but the very existence of Charles Bishop Weyland in the first AVP movie is a big give away as we see the many Bishops in the future as found in the two movies and two games. Bishop (341-B) of the second movie, Karl Bishop Weyland of the third AVP game, Michael Bishop Weyland of the third film and the Bishop in the Aliens: Colonial Marines video game. The OWLF sprung up again in the second movie which would bring us back to the second Predator film that showed a xenomorph skull in the Yautja trophy room.
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