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USA 2019
produced by
Michele Lombardi, Bedhan Ball, Clayton Koski, Suman Ball (executive) for Ultra Fuchsia
directed by Drew Bolduc
starring Shannon Hutchinson, Jasmina Parent, Yael Haskal, Johnathan Newport, Vito Trigo, Irene Santiago, Dietrich Teschner, Lilly Nelson, Mark Ashworth, William E. Ford, Brian K. Landis, Alan Boell, Jeffrey Alan Solomon, Jean Louise O'Sullivan, Jack Rouse, Conrad Cotterman, Michael Merchant, Josh Potter, Joseph Yates, Rebecca Sylvain, Candace Brooks, Catherine Robinson, Pedro Ferreira, Robert McLeroy, Alex Jones, Richard Spencer, Criss Nichols, Quinten Marsh, Michel Monty
written by Drew Bolduc, music by Darius Holbert, Joe Ferris

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The future: Earth has been laid to waste in an intergalactic war but is in the course of rebuilding. And to give humans hope, four teens - Sarah (Shannon Hutchinson), Charlie (Jasmina Parent), Tom (Jonathan Newport) and Brooke (Yael Haskal) - up to the president's (Irene Santiago) high security space station. It's really a publicity stunt, mostly, but that's something that's also known by the enemy, so an assassin has secretly sneaked onto the station and shoots the president - non-lethally, and he's quickly shot and killed by security ... but he's carrying a bomb that's to go off in mere minutes, by no means time enough to evacuate the station, but somehow our teens, the president, and the teens' carer the Commander (Vito Trigo) make it onto escape pods and escape ... to a strange and dangerous earth-like planet. And somehow our teens and the Colonel get separated from the president, so now they have to make it back to her - who's still injured of course - to try and arrange for a rescue. Now that expedition is perilous enough in itself as our teens are hardly equipped for such a mission and basically lack the necessary experience, and the Colonel ... well, he's a tough talker, but basically holding onto his gun is his sole survival skill. Things take a turn for the worse though when the Colonel is entered by some alien worm that slowly takes over his mind and forces him to do its bidding - and its bidding it kill the kids. Now sure, the kids outnumber him, but he's not one to be easily destroyed, and he still has his gun ...


A blend of science fiction, monster movie and survival horror, Assassinaut is basically good fun that pretty much has something for all genre fans, be it some really cool practical effects, tension, suspense and jump scare in all the right places, a brisk script and tight directorial effort, or just the 1980s vibe permeating the film. And add to that a solid cast, and you've got yourself a winner, basically. 


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