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  •  Australia  •    •  110m  •    •  Directed by: Shane Abbess.  •  Starring: Daniel MacPherson, Grace Huang, Luke Hemsworth, Bren Foster, Luke Ford, Dwaine Stevenson, Louisa Mignone, Tess Haubrich, Harry Pavlidis, Kevin Copeland, Andy Rodoreda, Richard Huggett, Paul Winchester.  •  Music by: Brian Cachia.
        A search and rescue team uses slipstream technology to transport themselves to mining station Infini, where even space and time itself are a threat. Their mission is to save the lone survivor of a freak accident before quarantining a contaminated payload, a lethal biological weapon, set to arrive back on earth within the hour.

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This movie is about a special space task force sent on a dangerous mission to an outpost on the outer edge of space called Infini. Infini was a mining outpost but was shut down because the material they were supposed to mine turned out to be extremely dangerous and combustible under normal circumstances. All the miners were presumed dead but we later find out from Cart Wright they were alive (but infected) when he arrived. A team from Cart Wrights division on the East coast went to the station to search for a lone survivor but were attacked and transported back. This caused the East coast division to be terminated but Cart Wright travels to Infini to avoid the termination of his East coast division. Now the West coast is being sent to Infini to retrieve Cart Wright and stop a payload of the dangerous material on Infini from reaching earth that the previous loan survivor set up. As the task manager tells the special space task force "there's a lot of black hole B.S." but the main thing you need to know is that 1 earth minute is equal to 24 hours on Infini. Also the payload would be delivered the same way the task force travels to Infini. Of course when they get there the poop hits the fan and it's all about survival.

I wanted to write this review because I felt the negative reviews were a little harsh or didn't give this movie a fair shake. By all means this is not a masterpiece but it is a decent film to watch when nothing else is on. A lot of users have compared it to Doom, Aliens, Event Horizon and 28 Days Later. Maybe it's because I haven't watched Doom, Event Horizon or Aliens in a while but I'm not seeing the comparison besides space, aliens, and isolation. This is also not a zombie space flick. The characters in the film are only infected and very much alive. Once you kill them they are dead. No walking dead is going on here. Now here is my issue with the movie.

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My issue with the movie is the selfishness of the characters. Apparently everyone part of this professional special force team that also has a high level of fatality has family and children. We know this because they keep mentioning it while they are on Infini. This leads to the biggest problem. Once they are infected (they realize this by the way) they are insistent on still returning to earth. Are you kidding me? Yes we get that you want to see your family and loved ones again but you are literally putting them in danger while giving a giant "FU" to the human race. Towards the end everyone is dead besides Cart Wright who has given up and decided to die up there. He leaves a recording for the alien organism that caused the infection, and puts it on repeat before cutting his wrist and bleeding out. At this point I was wondering why he didn't blow up the station or freeze it again. That was explained very quickly because Cart Wright's message had an effect on the alien organism. The alien organism has a change of heart, and heals the recently dead specialists (healingregenerating ability is explained earlier in film). Also apparently one of the members had an abortion and one of the visual scenes shows life being recreated in her. Um, what?

Anyway all of them remember what happened except for the captain because he died before everything got crazy. So the now the revived crew lies to the captain about the events so he can authorize their return to earth. These are professionals, right? Like they know what happens when they are re-introduced to the population, right? After they are transported back to earth they are temporarily quarantined and asked multiple times if they have been infected. They of course deny this and the interrogators quarantine squad say they will know if they're lying. This is how far in the future and we still don't have a decent lie detector machine? Also the crew was acting way suspicious. Especially Cart Wright. You don't need a lie detector to read facial expressions to realize something is off.

Despite this annoyance (along with taking off their helmets) it was still a decent film.


Review by xprisma
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