Sophie's 18th birthday becomes a bloodbath when monsters descend upon her house and start to devour the party guests. Sophie and her friends must rally together to send their party crashers... See full summary »
In a totalitarian future where deviants are held in rehabilitation camps, a freedom fighter and a wrongly-accused prisoner form an alliance to survive their decadent oppressors' game of kill-or-be-killed - and turn the tide against them.
After developing an addiction to the substance he uses to kill bugs, an exterminator accidentally kills his wife, and becomes involved in a secret government plot being orchestrated by giant bugs in a port town in North Africa.
The story for "Eternal Damn Nation" is grandiose and over-thought but complete. It has the feel of some of the later "Prophecy" films but without the cast or budget. The vision and direction in "Eternal Damn Nation" is done well enough, just not to the level it needed to sell the story arc the writer was going for. The weak acting, poor timing between dialog & action, used for character development, created an awkwardness for me as a viewer. Everything came off a bit more like episodic melodrama with no real soul.
The special effects are basic low-grade CGI effects used mostly in vid games or television series so don't expect much when watching "Eternal Damn Nation". The film is a low budget film so I knew the effects were not going to be a big selling point, as most fans of indie cinema will also understand. I think with the weak, and stereotyped performances the CGI was becoming a bit more annoying to watch. "Eternal Damn Nation" is not a film that would watch again but the concept and vision is enough to make we look forward to the creative people behind this one's future projects.
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