Watched Sep 14, 2012
Dan Cole’s review:
The problem with William Eubank's science fiction is that it is merely a merging of ideas and images set to the beat of an intrusive soundtrack. It attempts to be more than it is as it philosophizes about human interaction. The film quickly becomes irritating in its execution as the main narrative is peppered with vignettes of people spouting out wise words. Gunner Wright is competent as the lead, but his performance is not enough to engage the audience. Ironically the film often plays out like a music video for the band that actually produces it. Although sometimes visually striking, it is a pompous and uneven film that has pretensions of intellectual grandeur. Sadly people will latch onto this as a shining example of intelligent and thought provoking science fiction, however they would be wrong. It is a waste of time that apes the greats of the genre.