- Nvm the bogus reviews, this was very long and boring 12/1/2020 12:00:00 AM by TopDawgCritic
This story was dragged out with pacing slower than a snail. I barely could stay awake. This may have been bearable if it was a short film. The acting was amateurish and the directing terrible. I guess the filmmakers didn't even have faith in their own film... of the 9 current reviews, all of them are clearly bogus and convenient 9/10s. That's pretty sad. Don't waste your time on this mess, even if you're bored.
- Thank you for that honest review, Simon Dwyer Thomas. 12/1/2020 12:00:00 AM by aaronleongalaxy
I guess if the first review was going to be made, it makes sense it was submitted from a cast member. Nothing subtle in their username.
9.0 really? That's a bold score.
- Amazing 11/4/2020 12:00:00 AM by simondwyerthomas
A truly amazing film. It had me sitting on the edge of my seat from start to finish. It is unbelievable to realise that this film was made on a low budget as the choices the director and crew make while filming and editing it together creates a masterpiece of visual splendour.
- Amazing indie sci-fi! 10/27/2020 12:00:00 AM by Mikee_P85
This sci-fi movie is so evidently made by someone who loves sci-fi movies. There's little winks and nods to so many classics from the genre and it looks incredible! The locations are stunning, the space battles are suitably epic, and the score fits beautifully. In a world of CGI-heavy special effects, it's great to see Marc Price opting for practical effects that work so well on-screen and look better than most of the CGI I've seen. It's getting some high praise as a low budget sci-fi but whether it's high budget, low budget, or no budget is irrelevant; This is, quite simply, a great film and one which I hope will inspire filmmakers everywhere.
- A Surprise Combo of High Class and Low Budget Sci Fi 11/4/2020 12:00:00 AM by filmgeneral94
Having watched this at FrightFest, I can say that I was in love with this film. Marc Price has been able to create that balance of low budget sci-fi aesthetic from B movies that most of us feel nostalgic for with High Brow commentary and character exploration that not even some of the bigger budget films can provide.
It does this by being a film of 3 parts. Part 1 is the Understanding of the Characters/World all set in a confided space of a small fighter ships. We get to really know this diverse band of rebels, before it is swiped from us in the 2nd part which is this slocky but epic space battle scene that clear references to Star Wars after which you are thrown onto the planet's surface to produce a survival horror similar to films like Alien and Pitch Black.
Its pace is Slow, Fast, Slow, Fast, End. Being a literal rollercoaster and building those stakes up even more. I can not recommend this film enough!