Pandorica revolves around the leadership trials of The Varosha Tribe. Eiren, Ares and Thade are all in line to lead the next generation of their people. Only one of them will become leader but who will it be? Pandorica is an edge of your seat action horror that keeps the twists coming thick and fast.
The movie was shot mostly at 20,000 ISO in ultra low light using only a few lights. See more »
Pandorica: Good attempt
Pandorica immediatly impressed me with it's cover art, this looked like it could be something special regardless of it's minimal budget.
British made it's set in a post apocalyptic world where mankind has reverted back to tribes. Each generation the top 3 young people who have come of age venture into the woods to endure a trial, the winner becomes the tribes new leader.
This time they get more than they bargained for when they run into a fearful mysterious young woman with a secret.
Though I think Pandorica is flawed it has some interesting ideas and looks great all things considered.
The cast deliver their lines with competence, the direction is solid and you can see a lot of love went into the creation of the film.
Pandorica is almost a live action Horizon Zero Dawn (2017) minus the robot animals. All the credit in the world to the creators, I'd like to see what they could do with a budget.
Looks great considering the budget
Cast do a decent job
Terrible choices in music
Often feels like not enough is explained
Things I Learnt From This Movie:
In the future we have face paint that doesn't fade, chip or rub off despite intense activities
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