In London, a military plane crashes leaving its highly classified contents strewn across the city. Completely unaware that the city is in lockdown, a group of people become trapped inside a storage facility with a highly unwelcome guest.
As a war between humankind and monstrous sea creatures wages on, a former pilot and a trainee are paired up to drive a seemingly obsolete special weapon in a desperate effort to save the world from the apocalypse.
A team of space scavengers discovers superior alien technology that threatens the balance of the known universe. Hotly pursued by a rival crew of intergalactic mercenaries, the Revelator crew must fight through the deepest reaches of space to locate and protect the life-altering device.
John Lee Ames,
The Lunar Base Ark is hit by a meteor shower and has severe damage. Colonel Gerard Brauchman sends Ava Cameron to repair a wing that is full of carbon monoxide. Dr. Lance Krauss warns that the gas may cause paranoia and hallucinations. Ava brings a sample of the meteor for analysis and Dr. Krauss finds that there are spores attached to the meteor. Ava accidentally cuts her finger in a sample but she hides the cut from the doctor. Soon Ava gets pregnant and delivers an alien offspring. Brauchman and Kraus believe that Ava is delusional. The offspring bites the crewman Bruce Johns and produces a clone of him. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
At the beginning of the movie, Christian Slater's character "activates" a sort of "communicator" and speaks into it. This is actually nothing more than a simple LED reading light for books and a popular give-away at tech fairs. See more »
At one point, they state that a sensor shows levels of carbon monoxide that are off the chart. However, the sensor indicates CO2, which is carbon dioxide; the abbreviation for carbon monoxide is CO. See more »
I know, that's not exactly the most exciting beginning when reviewing a film, but that honestly just about sums it up.
It's not that it's really horrible or anything; the acting is all right and they are definitely trying their best. And, it IS nice to see Christian Slater in SOMETHING! Man, I sure miss that guy. I was watching 'THE NAME OF THE ROSE' and he was SO frigg'n young and excellent in it. Not to mention a LOT of others. He's like in EIGHT different films in 2013 alone!
Anyway, the outside shots of the moon base and equipment are nice; the film is clearly VERY low budget, but they create a moderately decent suspenseful atmosphere. There just isn't a heck of a lot to the story, really; basically a monster on the loose kind of thing.
So, I can't really exactly recommend the movie, but if you expectations are SUPER low and you like Christian Slater and you like really, REALLY simple moon monster movies, you might get something out of it...
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