An American military satellite crash lands in Eastern Serbia and a team of US and Serbian agents are dispatched to secure the remains of the satellite, but when they locate the crash site all is not as it seems.
The satellite has vanished and the only clue is a trail leading to a small village nestled on the outskirts of forest line. As the team begins to investigate they quickly discover that something else came back from space, something not of this world. As their time runs out, the team must battle to unlock the terrifying truth behind the ill-fated mission.Written by
Several director of horror movies had cameos, most prominently Mick Garris who plays Martin, Liz's boss. Other cameos are: Jonathan English, who plays the UK Prime Minister at the press conference at the end; next to him, as his bodyguard is Milan Todorovic; in the apocalypse footage there is Olivier Beguin as the guy pointing out at the war ships; Milan Konjevic is the doctor in the first shot of the movie; Julian Richards is the voice of "Overlord" as well as the voice of street prophet screaming "This is the apocalypse!". See more »
A modified animal handling disclaimer appears near the very end: "No animals or astronauts were harmed during the making of this movie." See more »
The premise of the movie seemed interesting, the acting seemed credible however the movie as a whole just was missing something it is hard to explain.
The regular and incidental music was the biggest problem.
The music makes this movie terrible, at the beginning you get some Pink Floyd soundalike, so ok for a movie called the "Dark Side of the Moon" we get the joke. The rest of the movie there was this completely unnecessary LOUD music used at all the wrong scenes. The music in a movie is supposed to add suspense, drama, emotion, and help to coalesce the movie together. All of the incidental music was too loud, poorly mixed, and just the wrong kind. The music sounded similar to the royalty free music used in documentaries about 20 years ago, it was complete garbage. The musicians would be better off going back to their regular jobs at McDonalds.
I wanted to like this movie but the music made me turn it off halfway through, glad I didn't pay real money to see this one.
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