When the largest particle collider ever built suffers a catastrophic malfunction, it opens an alternate dimension and causes a series of cataclysmic events that threaten the entire human species.

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(as Jeffrey Lando)

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(as Phillip Roth), (as Jeffrey Lando)
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Victor Susskind
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Natalie Susskind
Mia Nordstrom ...
Jessica Susskind
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Chuck
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Leo Tarsky
Philip Rudy ...
Gordon Stewart (as Phil Rudy)
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Dr. Frung
Emilia Klayn ...
Emily Roberts
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Axel
Jason Francis ...
Tough Bloke
Atanas Srebrev ...
Officer Osborn
Susan Brownfield ...
Nancy
Derek Horse ...
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Vishal Patel ...
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Jonas Talkington ...
White House Reporter
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When the largest particle collider ever built suffers a catastrophic malfunction, it opens an alternate dimension and causes a series of cataclysmic events that threaten the entire human species.

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2 November 2013 (Canada)  »

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Atomic Apocalypse  »

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When Victor first looks at the birthday video, he holds his phone horizontally, indicating it's a landscape video, but when he later shows it to his psychiatrist, he holds the phone vertically, showing a portrait video. See more »

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Written by Terrance Clinton Dick
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Concept good, execution bad...
20 December 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

And we're not talking about quite bad, but very bad. There are three reasons why Supercollider isn't rated any lower. The concept is a good one, plus it doesn't feel as stereotypical as it could have been in comparison to other relatively similar disaster movies. There are moments of nice locations, and the music is a step above the generic, overbearing and ponderous music that you'd kind of expect from a movie in the genre that is low on budget, it's actually driven and atmospheric. The photography and editing can be choppy however, around the halfway mark there was some real sloppiness, one too many scenes were too darkly lit and the movie looked like too often that it was set in a refurnished basement. The script does suffer from clichéd writing- though thankfully not as badly as other movies seen recently, particularly on the SyFy channel- and it is never here the sort of writing that grabs you or stop you from rolling your eyes. A lot of it was stilted and ham-fisted. The story does have a twist and it wasn't completely predictable from start to finish. What it was though was very dull and by-the-numbers with no heart, fun or tension, everything just felt indifferent. To be honest, I was losing interest by the half-way mark but being the sort of person who never judges a film without seeing the whole of it stuck, with it. And the second half didn't improve, if anything it was the opposite. The direction is far too slack with no attempt to keep things tightly paced and taut. The characters are barely developed, charisma-free and just don't engage. The actors look as though they didn't want to be there or that they didn't care for what they'd been given. Robin Dunne especially gives an expressionless and one-note lead performance. So to conclude, not terrible but another movie that joins the long line of movies that had good ideas but bad execution. 3/10 Bethany Cox


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