A new trailer has just been released for the Australian science fiction movie series, "The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One."
While not a lot of people have probably heard of the new movie, the film is apparently generating a lot of excitement in the sci-fi movie space.
The upcoming new movie, which is also called "Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child," was created by the Australian director Shane Abbess. The director is also responsible for other popular sci-fi films such as "Infini" and "Gabriel." According to First Showing, the script for the movie was written by Abbess himself along with Brian Cachia.
Despite what the title suggests, the movie is actually not based on any book or novel. The film is apparently an all original concept that depicts a possible future for humanity. The film has been described by its creators as an "adrenaline-fueled sci-fi adventure" film that takes place in a future where humans have already started colonizing other planets.
According to iO9, despite being a low-budget Australian film, the movie still manages to pull off some amazing visual effects on top of an interesting story. The movie centers around a lieutenant working for an off-world contractor who is in search for his young daughter. Kane, played by Daniel MacPherson, is searching for his daughter, played by Teagan Croft, and is hell-bent on saving her from an impending global crisis.
Apart from MacPherson and Croft, the movie will also star several recognizable stars such as Temuera Morrison, Rachel Griffiths, and Kellen Lutz. Those who have already seen the movie when it was premiered at the Fantastic Fest in Austin, Germany late last year, described the movie to be a combination of several science fiction elements. These elements include space battles, huge aliens, high-tech weaponry, and a dystopian "Mad Max" setting.
"The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One" is scheduled to be released in Australia this month. Unfortunately, there hasn't yet been any confirmation regarding its release in the United States.