Pandorum (2009)

Published on August 18, 2016


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Two crew members stranded on a spacecraft in this amazing feature film. They quickly - and horrifically - realize they are not alone. Two astronauts awaken in a hyper-sleep chamber aboard a seemingly abandoned spacecraft. It's pitch black, they are disoriented, and the only sound is a low rumble and creak from the belly of the ship. They can't remember anything: Who are they? What is their mission?

Review - A good Sci-fi Scary movie

If you liked Aliens and Resident Evil...this is like both of those feature films got together and had a sequel. Well not quite, but the story was good and had no gaping holes in it. The acting was good without going over the top. I loved the way this movie started; guy wakes up from hyper-sleep…his memory is not fully functional, he knows things are not right and has to save the day. I thought the story was great in that they did not over-explain everything like they have in so many sci-fi movies.


The movie was originally planned to be shot on video as a low-budget feature for $200,000, in an abandoned paper mill with unknown actors until Impact Pictures read the script and showed interest. Writer Travis Milloy never thought it would be considered as a studio production because of its dark tone.

Travis Milloy wrote a preliminary script which was set on a prison ship. The characters Nadia and Manh were inmates. Bower was a non-prisoner,who didn't trust anyone. The producers gave the script to director Christian Alvart, who was shocked by the similarities to his own screenplay titled 'No Where'. His dramatic story was about 4 astronauts aboard a 'settlers' ship,' who suffer from amnesia. Alvart decided they should weld the 2 screenplays together, and the producers and Milloy agreed.

Pandorum feature film

Directed by: Christian Alvart
Starring: Dennis Quaid, Ben Foster, Cam Gigandet

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