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Shadows on the Wall (2015)

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Three college students struggle to create a device capable of reaching beyond the boundaries of the known universe. Unfortunately for them, they succeed...

Director:

Ben Carland (as Benjamin Carland)

Writers:

Ben Carland (as Benjamin Carland), Ben Carland (as Benjamin Carland)
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Credited cast:
Chris Kauffmann ... Palmer Marshall
Tim Fox ... Chase Marshall
Nicole Lee Durant Nicole Lee Durant ... Alice Ross
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Rae Becka ... Dolores (as Rebecca Morris)
Adam Burnette ... Field Agent
Damian Duke Domingue Damian Duke Domingue ... Clarke
George Henry George Henry ... Radio Host
Blake Watson ... Field Agent
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Three college students struggle to create a device capable of reaching beyond the boundaries of the known universe. Unfortunately for them, they succeed...

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Success is more dangerous than failure...


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 July 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

North Carolina, USA See more »

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Pixel Pictures See more »
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Color

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2:1
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1950's style Science Fiction
15 May 2016 | by rickahollandSee all my reviews

"Have a Coke", make some popcorn, relax and suspend disbelief. The unlikely unfolding of events and less-than award-winning acting is part of the fun of this kind of film — very much in the genre of the 1950's science fiction movies.

Here are science-y people doing impossible, scientific-like things with technological-looking hardware which results in unforeseeable consequences of cosmic proportions. But, unlike modern "sci-fi" movies that rely heavily on computer-generated worlds, violence and prurience, this little film relies almost completely on plot and characters. That makes for a terrific bit of entertainment in my book.

(I put "sci-fi" in quotes as most films of that kind today rely almost entirely on magic with not even the suggestion of anything scientific.)


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