Overall Rank: 5996
Average Rating: 2.5/4
# of Ratings: 100
Theatrical Release Date: 09/25/2009
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 01/19/2010
Genre: Adventure, Horror
MPAA Rating: R
Director: Christian Alvart
Actors: Ben Foster, Dennis Quaid, Cam Gigandet, Antje Traue, Norman Reedus, Cung Le
Plot: Two astronauts wake up in a seemingly abandoned spacecraft with no idea where they are or what they're doing. After exploring they realize they are not alone and soon learn their situation may save or destroy mankind.
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worleyjamers - wrote on 06/30/2013
Underrated, not great, but highly underrated in my opinion. A solid sci-fi thriller that builds to a very surprising ending.
Alaine - wrote on 12/12/2011
Scifi survivalism.. Cannibalism, mutants, mental illness, and a mystery. All on board a spaceship with a power source that's about to fail.
lpd381 - wrote on 10/19/2011
I gave Dennis Quaid a pass after Cold Creek Manor but he has now lost points in my book for picking stupid movies. I really felt like this movie started out with kind of a cool concept and then just lost it's mind. It had lots of scenes and aspects that were just an absolute waste of time. Examples being all the scenes with the cook character or the sub-plot with Bowers wife. The monsters where not scary in the least and it wasn't hard to figure out their twist. Really it wasn't hard to figure out any of the twists that this movie tries to throw at the audience. Really if you want to watch a good alien movie watch Aliens or even Predator, and if you want a solid space movie watch Moon. All of those are better options.
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Yojimbo - wrote on 03/13/2012
Two of the flight crew of the deep space colonisation ship Elysium wake from hibernation with no memory of their mission and find their ship derelict and inhabited by vicious, flesh eating creatures. Event Horizon meets The Descent in this hokey sci-fi horror from the Paul W. S. Anderson school of film making. It came as no surprise to find his name on the production credits because this is EXACTLY the kind of SFX heavy, video-game plotted creature feature he has made his name upon. Like many of his films, the production design and set pieces are quite well executed and it is atmospherically shot, but the plot and characters are benched for the sake of contrived races against time and pointless man vs monster smackdowns. I do have a soft spot for this kind of Twilight Zone inspired …
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