Man Lands On The Moon
World Population 3.6 Billion
Kepler Television is Launched To Search For Earth Like Planets
World Population 6.76 Billion
Paleo 17 Space Probe Lands On Planet Tanis
World Population 24.34 Billion
Food And Water Shortages Are Commonplace
The Battle For Earths Limited Resources
Reaches Its Boiling Point
Spacecraft Elysium Is Launched
Two crew members wake up on an abandoned spacecraft with no idea who they are, how long they’ve been asleep, or what their mission is.
Today is October 19th
Today’s film is 2009’s Pandorum
With Life, Alien and Aliens under our belt this year it’s time for one more #SpaceHorror film. Pandorum takes the ‘monster pursues crew on ship’ formula of our first three films and adds a good amount of mystery/thriller aspects. It’s also significantly darker than the other films. The result is something that feels like it belongs more in the horror genre than the space genre.
Alien was inspiration for many other works, not the list of which were video games like Metroid. Pandorum on the other hand feels inspired by horror games. The plot, setting and ascetics look like they came straight from an awesome survival horror video game. It’s easy to watch and think of characters as NPCs, mobs and bosses. The plot even seems to be structured around levels and side quests. Am I crazy or did anyone else feel this way?