Infini

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3 comments on “Infini”

  1. it's a pretty slick low-budget film I was pleasantly surprised by Infini; it's a pretty slick low-budget film. Although it borrows heavily from existing sci fi movies, e.g. Aliens, The Thing, Event Horizon, etc.., the storyline is engaging. Some minor quibbles; a) I had trouble understanding some of the characters due to their thick Aussie accents, and b) the middle section drags a bit.When I first watched Infini, I was greatly confused by the beginning sequence. I'll explain it below (**NOTE, SPOILERS FOLLOW**)...

  2. Almost a very good movie This review is for the standard DVD version of 'Infini' released by Vertical Entertainment in 2015.This is almost a very good movie. The problem is that it has problems. It's hard to go too much into detail without giving away major parts of the plot. So I'll just keep this fairly brief.This is a low budget, but not super low, futuristic science fiction movie that takes place within our galaxy.The story is basically about a team sent to the edge of the galaxy to...

  3. Needs more alien The premise here is exactly the type of science fiction I love: remote planet, mysterious station on planet that has suffered an unknown catastrophe, bizarre alien lifeform, rescue team sent in to assess the destroyed station to ascertain the nature of the catastrophe, team encounters bizarre alien mayhem.Why only three stars? The lifeform is similar to the alien in the legendary film THE THING in that it can assimilate and replicate any lifeform it encounters. Unfortunately, unlike...

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