In the wake of his daughter's death, a troubled musician seeks out an experimental therapist to turn his life around. When the therapist calls for him to leave everything behind and take on... See full summary »
Set in the near-future, technology controls nearly all aspects of life. But when Grey, a self-identified technophobe, has his world turned upside down, his only hope for revenge is an experimental computer chip implant called Stem.
A group of students venture into the deep caves of remote Texas to locate a favorite archaeology professor who inexplicably has gone missing while searching for the Fountain of Youth. In the course of their pursuit, the group unwittingly rappels into a break in the space-time continuum, where time passes much slower than on the surface. With no hope for rescue, they descend further into the cave and uncover the most coveted urban legend in history and find themselves in the crossfire for its control.Written by
I'm not a huge sci-fi guy so these types of movies usually start off with an immediate disadvantage especially considering the lack of budget and thought that normally goes into them.
Time Trap tells the story 5 youngster who go into an underground cave system in search of their missing lecturer only to discover that time works differently within its confines.
Immediatly I was struck by the concept, this was really quite original and they handled it very well. Sure the cast were instantly forgettable but I was gripped regardless as this was really quite fascinating stuff.
The sfx were oddly on point as well and because of this I had expectations that this really might be something special.
As the movie progresses it does go off the rails a tad, the plot gets a bit messy and when the credits roll you'll be left with an annoying quanity of unanswered questions.
Regardless this is really quite an entertaining sci-fi b-movie and well worth a watch.
Feels like a failed tv pilot
Not everything is explained
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
Cave systems are naturally illuminated
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