Man Underground; UFO Narrative Seizes Intrigue


Man Underground Launches With Solid Sci-Fi Plot

Man Underground Film Details Michael Borowiec Sam Marine Man Underground


Michael Borowiec

Sam Marine


Michael Borowiec

Sam Marine



Release Date:

July 14, 2017

August 15, 2017

Release Format: 

Limited US Theaters

Video-on-Demand and DVD

MPAA Rating: N/A


Drama, Sci-fi

Running Time:



A reclusive conspiracy theorist enlists people from his small town to help him make a low-budget movie about his experience encountering aliens while working as a geologist for the US government. Michael Borowiec Sam Marine Man Underground


Willem Koda (George Basil) is a retired geologist who worked for the federal government and is now an alien theorist who set out to expose the truth of extraterrestrial existence. During his journey of documenting to expose the truth, he gains help from a local waitress, Flossie (Pamela Fila) and a young family friend Todd Muckle (Andy Rocco). As the team works together bizarre truths are being witnessed and the future of mankind is questioned.

First Impressions

Keeping me on the edge of my seat, Man Underground seems to be full of twists and turns and unexpected development! Directors/Writers Michael Borowiec and Sam Marine have created a story that is incredibly curious and intriguing. The cinematography by Maximilian Lewin is extremely well done with spectacular shots and various locations that captivate the eye. The performance easily grabs my attention keeping me invested and so does the plot. I believe Man Underground has originality even while dealing with the topic of alien conspiracy.

In conclusion

Man Underground does have a US limited theatrical release since July 14th but no worries if you can not catch it, it does come to Video-On-Demand and DVD August 15, 2017. Keeping me on the edge Man Underground seems very promising, well made, and extremely vivid. Indican Pictures has brought us another enticing picture. Michael Borowiec Sam Marine Man Underground


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Passionate about film since the age of 5, I have always had a fond memory of my love for movies since then. I believe in the escapism and magic that movies can bring to the audience through cinematography, story, and special effects. After studying film for 8 years at Wilmington University and the New York Film Academy, my knowledge about the art has been my greatest power. Born in Brooklyn, raised in Delaware, I found my way back to the Big Apple to pursue my passion! I'm excited to bring my love for film to you!


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