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To send humanity to a distant galaxy, the mysterious CEO of The Fuller Corporation must develop a cutting-edge computer-brain interface to keep his hibernating colonizers safe and sane for a journey of unknown length.
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Aura is gifted with magical abilities; she and her friends have many exciting adventures at the academy, but soon Aura learns that the school hatches many dark secrets that she must uncover. Will she be able to unveil the truth?
From hearing some of these reviews, you'd think this was Birdemic or something. Ignore the ignorant and/or lying trolls, this is a pretty good movie. It's not exactly "Night of the Demon/Curse of the Demon", but it has some very good performances, a good plot that has a good few twists and turns, a reasonable pace and plenty of flesh (both being exposed and slashed).
Without giving too much away, it's a modern take on the sort of themes you'd find in films like "The Devil Rides Out", "The Virgin Witch" and "The Dunwich Horror", but not "modern" as in "feminist tosh". Modern as in shot on modern cameras with modern effects. Give it a chance.
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