Epoch: Evolution (2004) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The settings, special effects, lighting, score, and all the movie magic in Epoch: Evolution is excellent. The filmakers spared no expense. The acting and story, however, are weaker. The story is about a Dr. Rand who is on the run from an organization that killed his wife and is hunting him and his young son. The group thinks that the boy was conceived in an unholy alien union. Meanwhile, strange rock formations are rising from the ground all over the world, and seem to contain alien life forms. Are these “Toruses” good or bad, and do the events escalating toward war between the U.S.,Russia and China have something to do with their appearances?
The film is more a ‘what-if’ scenario of how the military would react to these events than a clever and deep sci-fi story. Like I said before, the settings are realistic and you see the inside of a Chinese command center, Chinese and Russian sub, the space station, the Torus, and much more. Oh, there is some nudity at the beginning, of German hookers who are hiding Rand. Pointless, but hence the R rating.
About Epoch: Evolution (2004)
Starring: David Keith, Angel Boris Reed, Billy Dee Williams, Brian Thompson, Jeffrey Gorman
Runtime: 94 minutes
Director: Ian Watson (II)