Don't fear the end of the world. Fear what happens next.
A pair of crew members aboard a spaceship wake up with no knowledge of their mission or their identities.
Rated R for strong horror violence and language.
Horror, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Spaceship, One Word Title
Space Travel, Trapped or Confined
Tense, Gruesome, Claustrophobic
Fantastic Reality, Adrenaline Rush
Has Detailed Data (New)
10, 1, 2, 3
2.35 : 1
Radio, Survival, Flood, Tattoo
Has Detailed Data (New)
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Pandorum is a German-British 2009 post-apocalyptic science fiction film, with elements of locked room mystery, Lovecraftian horror, and survival adventure. The film was directed by Christian Alvart and produced by Robert Kulzer, Jeremy Bolt and Paul W.S. Anderson. Travis Milloy wrote the screenplay from a story by Milloy and Alvart. It stars Dennis Quaid and Ben Foster. Filming began in Berlin in August 2008. Pandorum was released on September 25, 2009 in the United States, and on October 2, 2009 in the UK.
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Directed by Christian Alvart
Genres - Science Fiction | Sub-Genres - Sci-Fi Horror | Release Date - Sep 25, 2009 (USA) | Run Time - 108 min. | Countries - Germany, USA |MPAA Rating - R
Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Antibodies director Christian Alvart takes suspense into space with this tale of two astronauts who realize that they aren't alone as they drift into the darkest corners of our galaxy. Awakening in their hyper-sleep chamber with no memory of who they are or what their mission is, disoriented astronauts Lt. Payton (Dennis Quaid) and Corporal Bower (Ben Foster) gradually surmise that they are the only ones aboard the darkened spacecraft. But how did they get here, and what are those strange sounds coming from the other side of the ship? The only way out of their hyper-sleep chamber is a cramped air shaft, and the only one small enough to climb through it is Corporal Bower. As he shimmies inside to investigate, Lt. Payton mans the radio transmitter. But the deeper Corporal Bower ventures into the ship, the more apparent it becomes that something horrible has happened. There were 60,000 passengers onboard when the astronauts went to sleep, and now there's not a soul in sight. Before long, the two weakened and weary space travelers are fighting for their lives against a force neither can comprehend. Could it be that the survival of the entire human race rests in the hands of these two astronauts stuck on a lonely ship in deep space?
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