The Surprise Sci-Fi Movie That’s Killing It On Amazon Prime Video

33 thoughts on “The Surprise Sci-Fi Movie That’s Killing It On Amazon Prime Video

  1. It's just the production quality on any of these streaming studios is so amatuerish. Why can't they do better?

  2. Watched this video then watched movie. Thanks for wasting 90 minutes of my life. This movie could use some fancy visual efects to distract me from how borring it was. You must be really starved for ideas for a quality videos. I dont't think promoting 3rd rated crapp will get you anywhere.

  3. Lots of hype. Don't believe it. The dialogue is handled well. Other than that, it's an unremakable film.

  4. Good flick, but I need a sequel STAT… vibes similar to Super 8. I’ll add Tales From The Loop is MUCH better.

  5. Man the movie is terrible it's dimly lit you can barely see what is happening and when some one is talking the camera doesn't even show the actor, all you see is darkness, it's a terrible movie did the director ever take a single film class, you can really tell this was a very very low budget movie, I really hate these bad movie they are putting on the streaming services, Netflix is filled with these types of films, completely incompetent film making, so I cancelled it.

  6. I've been waiting for this movie for so long and watched it Friday night but was ultimately disappointed. For me, the dialogue was nearly incomprehensible and non-engaging for the first 10-20 minutes. I almost turned it off. And while I do like style and this film has a lot, the scenes of total darkness just didn't work for me. And even when the movie slowed, it was almost too slow…the "signal" they detected was almost too subtle as I never could really hear it…The last few moments were very wonderous but sadly, this was not what I was hoping for.

  7. I don’t know what movie people saw on here, but this is one of the best sci-fi movies in YEARS. It didn’t overly rely on special effects to carry the story. The writing was great, and the framing element of a 1950’s television science fiction anthology series was pitch perfect.

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