Mankind has lost a 300-year war against a genetically enhanced race that man created and abused. Known as the “Ghen” – this new race controls the planet Earth from advanced underground cities. An entire new universe has risen inside the remnants of our world known as Hollow Earth. Humans now work the surface in factories as slaves in the New World Order with pockets of resistance carrying on the fight. Rising Ghen Politician Crecilius Pryme urges the annihilation of the remaining human population unleashing a final battle for humanity.
Running Time: 97 minutes
Format: 1:78 (HD)
Sound: Dolby SR
• Official Selection — Portland Fantasy & Science Fiction Festival
…fascinating picture. Provocative with an old an old-fashioned visual style, subtle spirituality, this futuristic twist on Metropolis is intriguing.
• Jeff Berkwits – SciFi Magazine
..thought-provoking universe and themes introduced here in this well acted, scripted sci-fi trilogy…
• Elston Gunn – Ain’t It Cool News
In Stewart St. John’s fantastic cinema ride Dark Metropolis St. John shows himself to be a master of filmmaking… Dark, political and throughout enchanting, this is an edgy thriller, which sets up the forthcoming trilogy of the Creation Wars.
• Michael Allen – Yahoo Critic/28 Days Later
A film that takes equal parts of the Sci-Fi channel’s Dune, Equilibrium, and a smidgen of Memento before throwing them in a blender and being presented to the viewer as one satisfying beginning to what could be a new Science Fiction franchise. I say in all truthfulness that it’s director and crew have really created something special here, do yourself a favor and make sure to pick it up for a viewing…I’ve watched it twice now already.
• Vic Sage – Retroist
A rather compelling futuristic thriller…
• Shop Reviews.com
An ambitious film with grand storytelling that rolls up a lot of what people love about sci-fi: complex themes, commentary on human identity, and drama. Overall, the story is deftly told. Complimented by very gripping acting. My attention never wavered throughout the film, and I was always waiting to see what would happen to each character.
• Monique Jones – College Blog