Not Another Sci Fi Movie a.k.a. "Sounds"

Not Another Sci Fi Movie a.k.a. "Sounds"

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A mysterious ball of light and fire falls from the sky and crashes in the woods outside a small rural vacation cottage in Crows End where Brad, Adrian, Rachael, and Jessica have come for a relaxing weekend retreat.

Unknowingly they witness what could be the end of all mankind! But can the bad news get any worse? Apparently it can, Rachael now has something evil growing inside her!

Within hours, two clueless FBI agents emerge on the scene with more questions than common sense or training in this send up of X-Files, Men In Black, Slither and A Light in the Sky.

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TAGLINE

EARTH…, IT WAS NICE TIL IT LASTED!


TECH SPECS

Runtime: 90 minutes
Format: 1:85 Flat (HD)
Sound: Dolby SR
Rating: Pending
Genre: Sci-Fi, Comedy
Language: English
Country: USA
Rating: PG-13


CAST & CREW

Directed by Ryan Humphries
Cast: J. Peter Parker, Sandy Stoltz, Janielle Atherton, Richanne Baldridge, K. Brian Gruber, Gillian Anderson, John Large and Mars


AWARDS, FESTIVALS, PUBLICITY

Winner Gold Award: WorldFest Houston
Jury Award: West Hollywood International Film Festival
Official Selection: Beverly Hills Film Festival
Audience Choice Award: Rainier Independent Film Festival

“…Delivers loads of laughs from beginning to end”
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“Take The X-Files and morph it with Monty Python, add a touch of Tim Burton, and toss in a hint of Close Encounters “Take The X-Files and morph it with Monty Python, add a touch of Tim Burton, and toss in a hint of Close Encounters and you’ve got one wickedly wacky film.” and you’ve got one wickedly wacky film.” Keith Turner, Yahoo

“Highly skilled photography and editing engages viewers in a fast-paced, riveting and satirical look at Ghostbusters meets The X-Files.”
Ron Montana, NASA

“The cinematography is excellent… I was very impressed with the mood of expectation created for the viewers by Gary Tomsic, Director of Photography.”
Herb Lightman, American Cinematographer Magazine