This is the Pandorum official movie trailer. Pandorum is a futuristic Sci-Fi movie depicting the story of two men waking up from deep sleep and finds themselves with no memory of anything. The story escalates as they find alien enemy warriors out to kill them in the middle of space. Official worldwide release date September 25, 2009. Pandorum stars Dennis Quaid, Ben Foster and Cam Gigandet.

The Plot:

Two crew members are stranded on a spacecraft and quickly - and horrifically - realize they are not alone. Two astronauts awaken in a hyper-sleep chamber aboard a seemingly abandoned spacecraft. It's pitch black, they are disoriented, and the only sound is a low rumble and creak from the belly of the ship. They can't remember anything: Who are they? What is their mission? With Lt. Payton staying behind to guide him via radio transmitter, Cpl. Bower ventures deep into the ship and begins to uncover a terrifying reality. Slowly the spacecraft's shocking, deadly secrets are revealed...and the astronauts find their own survival is more important than they could ever have imagined.

The Stars:

Dennis Quaid as Payton
Ben Foster as Bower
Cam Gigandet as Gallo
Antje Traue as Nadia
Cung Le as Manh
Eddie Rousev as Leland
Norman Reedus as Shepard
André Hennicke as Hunter Leader
Friederike Kempter as Evalon
Niels-Bruno Schmidt as Insane Officer 'Eden'
Jonah Mohmand as Childhunter
Delphine Chuillot as Young Bower's Mother
Wotan Wilke Möhring as Young Bower's Father
Julian Rappe as Young Bower
Domenico D'Ambrosio as Wounded Officer 'Eden'

Movie Critics Reviews:

Boston Globe (Justin Elias) -Magnificent desolation - Buzz Aldrin’s lyrical description of the moonscape, as seen from its lonesome surface - has inspired poets and artists. But to science-fiction filmmakers and writers, the phrase usually inspires terror. Travel to Mars, the stars, and beyond often risks a killer case of space madness. So it goes, screamingly, in “Pandorum,’’ a highly effective sci-fi thriller set during a 2174 mission to colonize a far-off, newly discovered Earth-like planet. More disconcerting are the dreadful growls coming from deep within the craft’s shadowy metallic corridors. Could these be symptoms of what the movie calls Pandorum madness - the demons of the mind, demons mutated and escaped from a genetic storage facility, or something worse? “Pandorum’’ is a dark, disquieting dream worth watching out for.

Los Angeles Times (Glenn Whipp) -The sci-fi-horror hybrid "Pandorum" keeps its audience in the dark -- literally and figuratively -- far too long to be of much use besides as a patience-trying exercise in reference spotting. The movie owns a few interesting ideas, as well as an obvious devotion to the "Alien" franchise, but director Christian Alvart dishes out the dystopia in such bite-sized increments that you'll experience the titular cabin-fever sensation long before the film's characters do.

Alvart and screenwriter Travis Milloy aim to disorient from the get-go and, to their credit, establish a pretty decent puzzler of a premise. Two spaceship crew members, Bower (Ben Foster) and Payton (Dennis Quaid), wake up from a long cryogenic snooze completely disoriented. They don't know their mission or their location and have only vague memories of life back on Earth.


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