The Osiris Child: Science Fiction Volume One

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When a dangerous outbreak threatens to destroy everyone living on a newly colonized planet, Lt. Kane Sommerville (Daniel MacPherson) goes against orders and leaves his station to rescue his young daughter (Teagan Croft). Desperate to get to her before it's too late, Kane enlists the help of an escaped prisoner (Kellan Lutz) as they battle their way through the chaos of a planet on the verge of annihilation. With the odds stacked against them, saving his little girl may be humanity's last chance at survival.


Kellan Lutz
as Sy Lombrok
Daniel MacPherson
as Lt. Kane Sommerville
Rachel Griffiths
as General Lynex
Dwaine Stevenson
as The Ragged
Teagan Croft
as Indi Sommerville
Temuera Morrison
as Warden Mourdain
Bren Foster
as Charles Kreat
Firass Dirani
as Clarence Carmel
Harry Pavlidis
as Hopper Joe
Zoe Ventoura
as Sergeant Cognit
Brendan Clearkin
as Bostok Kramer
Vincent Andriano
as Vim Martin
Andy Rodoreda
as Colonel Michaels
Zoe Carides
as Rominja
Dean Krywood
as Rescue Officer Muzz Whittemore
Louis Dodge
as Rescue Officer Fitzgerald
Bianca Bradey
as Shae Holliday
Aileen Beale
as Lieutenant Crestal
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  • Dec 16, 2017
    Every once and awhile one is lucky enough to run into that rarest of film birds: a 'B' film that thinks it's an 'A' film. This sci-fi isn't here for you, it exists wonderfully on it's own and everyone involved, onscreen or not, is playing for keeps. I was awestruck at first. This is the little guy on a football or basketball team able to play with the big boys. Amazing. Recommended.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Aug 28, 2017
    I saw the trailer to this film and wished it had played a little longer in cinemas or even a few more showings. The filmmaker has grown a lot since Gabriel and Infini but the short comings of this film are the characters. I liked the world building and the special effects are quite neat but you never have the connection to the characters to help invest. The film is a lot of fun if you're into indie sci fi and ambitious filmmaking, you must marvel at the chances the creative team take. This is innovative and unlike any other film I can recall seeing this year alone, the inventiveness is the key to the concept. The film does not lay down a simple story structure which is nice, good to see a film not following a studio enforced three act structure. The unpredictable nature of the film can be annoying to casual goers but for a cinema buff like myself, this was very interesting. The film feels bigger than the budget so I hope this film can live on through a cult following. The cast is one of the weaker points, if they found actors who aren't recognisable and were suited I think this could've delivered. 20-11-2017.
    Brendan N Super Reviewer

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