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In this sci-fi film, researchers at an underground NASA research station are studying the effect of long periods of deep sleep on human beings. However, when the study participants begin dying, military man Captain Hickock (David Beecroft) is sent in to discover the cause. Once there, he discovers that the deep sleep results in a dimensional rift that has trapped a deadly, shape-shifting creature in the lab.

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  • Dec 15, 2011
    Average Charles Band production, something I've said far too often after viewing a Full Moon flick. I don't mind cheesy sci-fi movies but this one didn't quite have the fun side that usual accompanies other b-movies of it's type. The monster is kept concealed from view for far too long, majority of the kills are off-screen and the gore is minimal apart from two moments. The story did have a bit of intrigue early-on, despite the scientific terminology making for a bit of confusment, and there was frequent glimpses of a nude woman sleeping away in a capsule who's the focus of the experiments taking place in the story. But really you're not missing out on much here.
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