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Ato Essandoh and Ted Raimi star in this deep-space sci-fi adventure about a malevolent race of aliens seeking to propagate their violent ways by sparking an intergalactic war. It's been eons since the dreaded Kluduthu race succeeded in starting the war that would help their race to thrive, and now the time has come to begin the vicious cycle once again. Though Kluduthu leader Harkness (Essandoh) gets things off to a promising start by propagating rumors that the Terrans have been attacking peaceful Andromedean citizens, in order to truly set his plan into motion he will need to transform a Bloodmask into a Kluduthu. The Bloodmasks are an ancient race of chameleon-like humanoids that could hold the key to universal peace, and when Harkness locates one lone Bloodmask named Aurora on the distant planet of Cassiopeia Prime, the plans for an intergalactic massacre slowly begin to form. Though Aurora remains blissfully unaware of her unique powers, she will soon learn just how important she is to the safety of the universe thanks to a little assistance from an eccentric scientist (Raimi) who possesses valuable knowledge about the history of her race. If Aurora can somehow manage to prevent the evil Harkness from using her as the ultimate biological weapon, there may still be hope that the power of peace can overcome the horror of war.