Be careful of what you touch. A large meteor is heading quickly toward Earth. A space defense launches a missile and seems to destroy the meteor. But a small piece of the meteor lands in a ...
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Be careful of what you touch. A large meteor is heading quickly toward Earth. A space defense launches a missile and seems to destroy the meteor. But a small piece of the meteor lands in a remote part of Europe. An up and coming American rock band is touring through Europe when their van breaks down... near the meteor. The area is eerily quiet and the band finds clues of people living in the area but no one is found. Gradually, they begin to put the pieces of the puzzle together but the meteor is having a deadly effect on them. Written by
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when I first tuned in to this film heck i thought it was just a pay day for Viv fox. But no no no it starts slow and builds into one of the best movies i ever saw.This film looks and plays like a stereotypical film school project. Everything is kind of half-@$$ed and nothing really works. The inspirations of the cinematography is obvious with people horrors that look and act like they were ripped straight out the extras cast for The Ring. For something that is supposed to be horror the writers fail to make any characters you will care about. They are just thrown on the screen with barely any introduction and occasional allusions to past events behind current group tensions. Even the magical world-saving MacGuffin was introduced with such a whiplash inducing corner turn that I had to waste precious braincells remembering that it had been alluded to once an hour earlier. Most of the "twists" are from so far out in left field that you are left wondering what just happened. I could almost forgive the poor acting if these were a bunch of people new to Hollywood but the stars all have flameproofs in the double digits and their delivery of lines is as a wooden as the stars of a grade school play. Heck, I've seen porn with better developed plots than this offal.
I generally have no problem watching B movies and have enjoyed more than a few amateur forays into film. Movies like this give low-budget a bad name. Much better can be done but who wants to gamble if things like this are what you see when you wander off the big-budget blockbuster release path. In the end, about the only good part of this film was the poster. Save your money and your good taste and give this one a pass
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