The Beyond

The Beyond

By Hasraf 'HaZ' Dulull

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2018-01-09
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 31min
  • Director: Hasraf 'HaZ' Dulull
  • Actors:
  • Awards:
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
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Description

A mysterious wormhole appears above our planet before strange objects are emitted out of it and hover above each city across the world. This global event soon prompts a one of a kind mission in space exploration history - to send the next generation of astronauts, known as Human 2. 0's into the wormhole with the hope of finding out why those objects are here. When the astronauts return sooner than expected, their memories contain experiences on the other side of the wormhole which will change the future of humanity as we know it.

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Reviews

  • Not very good

    1
    By Cncdud3
    Looks like a movie made by high schoolers.
  • Not worth the money and time.

    1
    By Apppoliceguy
    Save your money on this overhyped low-budget movie. The movie tries to build up suspense, but the director doesn’t know how to build it up so the audience gets bored watching the movie.
  • Waste of time

    1
    By ttrekkie
    The docu-style thing made it hard to watch. The acting was so-so, and the departure from sci-fi cgi was disappointing.
  • a fake documentary

    1
    By demar1111
    don't waste your time... we could only get thru an hour, an hour that I will never get back!!!!
  • So bad

    1
    By (55)
    Incredibly slow, cheesy acting, terrible cinematography, didn’t even finish movie. The trailer is VERY deceiving. Don’t wast your $
  • Science Fiction

    5
    By jt98761234
    It's not an action movie - it's a movie which tells a hard-science fiction tale. I loved it. Sure - many things about it might have been better, but overall it was an unexpected treat - quite a welcome distraction from the mindless action moves which are so common these days.
  • Interesting movie

    4
    By lordsuckulant
    I liked this movie for having a good plot, solid acting and nice visual effects. I personally hate hearing people in charge talk about team effort and then take credit for things they didn’t do. so any time the blonde woman in charge was on screen, or the guy with silver hair, talking about anything I wanted to fast forward through their scenes. But good movie with a lot going on.
  • Watch grass grow instead

    1
    By Brian24jersey
    This has got to be the most boringest krap I've ever seen go watch cool hand Luke
  • Nice thought piece

    4
    By Burkett
    This was a wonderful antidote to all the typical pessimistic, apocalyptic science fiction film. It was refreshing. Maybe they’re not all out to get us, after all!
  • Too disjointed

    2
    By Drrdonline
    Done in the style of a documentary, this movie seems to drift off from any main plot at times, and forgets at once in a while what the point of the story is. Is it about panic and a possible worm hole opening up not far from the Earth? Or about the mysterious orbs that appear to hover over us? Or the struggle to insert human brains into a robot body, so that we can see what's on the other side of the wormhole? (Which did not make sense. Anything that could destroy a human body would make a human brain mush.) The focus seems to be the robot/human brain story, and the plot line seems, at time to forget the fact that even just one of the two alien events would be world changing on a small local level, let alone world wide. The main character's reactions didn't seem realistic, and was stilted at times. They use what is supposed to be 'scientific footage' that uses fake grain and light flashes to hide any real view of what's going on. Too many times, I had to ask myself "What did I just see?" It felt like there were three crews, each one filming a seperate aspect of the story, and then it was all thrown together. So it didn't match well. And the film crew filming the space scenes needed more money to give us better visuals beyond the robot props.

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