5th Passenger, Does Trailer Highlight Visuals?
Director: Scotty Baker
Release Date: July 10, 2018
Theatrical, On Demand
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: N/A
Five crew members are forced into an escape pod built for four after their starship is destroyed. Just as rescue seems imminent, an alien creature boards their craft and attacks them.
5th Passenger will release in theaters and On Demand on July 10, 2018 by Epic Pictures Releasing. The Sci-Fi production is directed by Scotty Baker. Co-Written by Morgan Lariah and David Henri Martin.
5th Passenger is set in the aftermath of an oppressive class war, Miller, a pregnant officer aboard an escape pod must struggle to survive with her remaining crew when a mysterious and vicious life form attacks, determined to become the dominant species.
5th Passenger follows a space crew that becomes the prey of a mysterious passenger. However, this passenger is not human. It’s a different species, and it has made them it’s target. The crew finds themselves in a fight for survival.
One thing that stands out in the official trailer for 5th Passenger is the graphics of the cinematography. The clips hold beautiful images that unravel in a chaotic state as we witness the space crew at battle with this mysterious creature.
The cast performances are also up to par as noticed in the trailer. Maybe due to the cast is an ensemble of seasoned actors and actresses, and, coming from films that parallel the overall theme of 5th Passenger.
“I directed 5th Passenger because it’s a film I wanted to see. It is inspired by my love of the science fiction genre, The Twilight Zone, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents. All twisted storylines with principled characters thrown into extreme situations where society breaks down and their morals and values are tested”.
Scotty Baker, 5th Passenger Director
Viewing the 5th Passenger trailer, you can see the vision Baker has. The aforementioned cast comes from like-minded productions, including the Star Trek franchise, which makes up much of the cast members. Even with all the films that follow in this theme, this story remains an invigorating one.