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The Terran and Andromedean Empires have enjoyed a fragile peace for almost 100 years. That time is about to end.
A violent alien species, the Kluduthu, kidnap Aurora and take her to their desert home planet because... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Surprisingly well made celebration of olden SF values. for CGI haters. See more (7 total) »


  (in credits order)

Clare Stevenson ... Aurora

Ted Raimi ... August

Olja Hrustic ... Lucretia
Daryl Boling ... Murnau
Lindsey Roberts ... Fiona
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Don Arrup ... Nosferatu-Class Neuronecromotron
Jef Betz ... Klaaghu
Steve Deighan ... Tuan

Al DelBene ... Terran Ambassador
Danielle Ellen ... Theresa
Anna-Karin Eskilsson ... Trelissa

Ato Essandoh ... Harkness
Kristin Gedney ... Ofelia

Anna Gutto ... Zlygl
Blair Johnson ... Glaak
Fiona Jones ... Evil computers
Christa Kimlicko-Jones ... Chloe

Jessica Knutson ... Screaming tentacle soul (voice)
Anthony Litton ... Markus Bach

Sarah Matthay ... Klelland
Tegan Meyer ... Azure
Jeffrey Plunkett ... Ambassador Carrasco

Mitchell Riggs ... Technician Kelly
Melissa Riker ... Salome Maria-Class
Laura Schlachtmeyer

Maduka Steady ... Altarian Officer
Benjamin Sulzbach ... Altarian Pilot
Benjamin Thomas
Jennifer Gordon Thomas ... Lexi
Eva van Dok ... Kaarna

Kim Vasilakis ... Laura Maria-Class
Jane Wiley ... Kaarn
Anna Foss Wilson ... Princess Hali

Catherine Zambri ... Lodiqa Angelicha (newscaster)

Directed by
Andrew Bellware 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Andrew Bellware 
Anthony Litton 
Laura Schlachtmeyer 

Produced by
Andrew Bellware .... producer
Tamara Gorski .... producer
Laura Schlachtmeyer .... producer
Original Music by
Aaron Paul Low 
Cinematography by
Andrew Bellware 
Art Direction by
Michael Kessell 
Benjamin Sulzbach 
Costume Design by
Michael Bevins 
Melissa Schlachtmeyer 
Makeup Department
Bryan Feiss .... makeup artist
Art Department
John W. Loftus .... graphic designer
Floyd Potter .... props
Gaylia Wagner .... props
Sound Department
Tony Kenner .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Maduka Steady .... special effects director
Visual Effects by
Phillip Drawbridge .... CGI artist
Patrick Merminod .... CG artist
Damir Sarajcic .... CGI artist
Camera and Electrical Department
Jef Betz .... still photographer
Marta Harasymowicz .... assistant camera
Blair Johnson .... gaffer
Jim Mickle .... gaffer
Mitchell Riggs .... gaffer
Other crew
Courtney L. Birnbaum .... legal counsel
Carrie Brewer .... sword master
Paul W. Cooper .... screenplay consultant
Amber Estes .... talent wrangler
John Robert Mariani .... production assistant
John Robert Mariani .... stand-in

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Also Known As:
"Biohazard 3077" - Japan (English title)
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Rated R for some nudity
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »

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Harkness:Lexi, what did you do to Murnau?
Lexi:I used an atomic decelerator on him!
Harkness:And why did you choose such a weapon?
Lexi:Potential energy weapons are banned on Altair IV.
Harkness:So you etherized his entire corporeal being? We have expended much, including the life of Fiona in order to make Klaaghu who is a Lazerene like myself into Kluduthu. Now, his entire corporeal being has been dissolved by an ancient and impractical weapon, and do you think you killed him?
Lucretia:He may yet be Kluduthu.
Lexi:Well then it's alright?
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1 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Surprisingly well made celebration of olden SF values. for CGI haters., 8 June 2009
Author: huh_oh_i_c from Earth, Solar system

I must deduct a point or two, because the storyline is very complicated, and not in a good way. This might also have to with the fact that the audio is not always clearly audible. And the only thing I knew about this movie was the genre and the title, not even the tag-line.

But otherwise ... This is a superior made movie, especially if you consider the limited budget. What makes this one special, is that by using less CGI, only at moments when they really have to, they manage to make it look more real than the current big studio-crap out there. For example, NBC's web-series IQ-145 and Gemini Division with big stars like Thomas Dekker and Rosario Dawson, are completely acted in front of a blue screen, and while their CGI doesn't look bad, it gives a really cartoonish taste to their webisodes.

Millennium Crisis, on the other hand, embraces their special effects, which might be a bit outdated, but that gives it its charm.

What's also quite refreshing is that they tried to make aliens as alien as possible, with a decidedly alien-sounding hiss-and-click language, breather masks, and they didn't follow the unholy Battlestar Galactica trend.

Because these days the biggest sinner against Sci-Fi rules is the new Battlestar Galactica, of course! The rule is: When using aliens and alien cultures and customs, the CHALLENGE is to make them as unhuman-like as possible of course. Make the non-Earth beings as Earth-like as possible, especially in their motivations.

It's not a challenge AT ALL to make people or beings in scifi look and act like badly disguised present day Texans, Chinese or Pennsylvanians! That's just insulting the viewers intelligence.

The new Battlestar Galactica makers claim that they wanted to focus "on the drama" as the reason for all this, so they made the cinematography look like the thirties, and the new series "Caprica", look like Canada in the nineties!

By huge contrast, this film really tries to be really alien in the art direction and cinematography at least. In the storyline, they fail a bit, a vampire angle is rather human, and what's more, they don't explain that it IS a vampire until the last quarter of the film. So, the story can be quite hard to follow. Nevertheless, all in all a good film, with adequate acting, strong female roles, which is what probably pissd off the other commenters, since the chances are that they're white males. There aren't any strong roles for them in this film.

As a fan and avid low budget movie watcher, I can say that in comparison with other low-budget sci-fis, like the Asylum ones, the BSG webisodes and the Webserials, this one surpasses them in quality by far.

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