Whether on the big or small screen, British science-fiction has always had its own distinct flavor. Often hampered by smaller budgets than their Hollywood counterparts, Brit sci-fi movies rely on big ideas to create fantastic stories and push the genre in exciting new directions.
A strange addition to the FrightFest line up in 2017 Alone or Seuls to give it its original French title is a Teen Sci-Fi adapted from the comic by Bruno Gazzotti and Fabien Vehlmann where a bunch of misfit kids awake in a world where everyone but them has strangely disappeared.
Having heard many things about The Endless my anticipation for the sci-fi horror film was well above average but I am happy to say this mind bending movie mind not disappoint.
Continuing their amazingly strong and eclectic output the fantastic publishers at SelfMadeHero’s take on the real life tale of one of humanities greatest achievements which took place many years ago way back in 1969, the Apollo mission that put a man on the moon for the first time.