Spooky UK trailer for the SF horror, The Last Days On Mars

Trailer Ryan Lambie 18 Sep 2013 - 15:26

Liev Schreiber and Elias Koteas star in the sci-fi horror, The Last Days On Mars. Here's a sinister trailer...

There are clear and obvious trailers between this low-budget sci-fi horror and Ridley Scott's Prometheus, including the pacing of the trailer and the numerous suggestions of body horror. But considering has a much smaller budget than Scott's offering, The Last Days On Mars looks extremely slick, with some decent sets and solid special effects.

Movies set on Mars often have mixed fortunes - back in 2000, Red Planet duelled with Brian De Palma's Mission To Mars, and neither did particularly well at the box office - but the cast is great, and we're excited to see what sort of otherworldly horrors it has in store. We see glimpses of something gooey; is it a body-melting space virus, or something sentient, like the beast in The Thing or Leviathan? Whatever it is, it's sure to ruin Liev Schreiber's day.

We're still awaiting a UK release date, but when we get one, we'll pass it along.

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Prometheus 2?

Don't pet the penis alien!!!!

Don't pet the penis alien!!!

I've got my Alien hard-on ON!

i am a lover of sci-fi and watched pretty much all the mars related movies...the good and the bad....so i will check this out too...Can't stop tradition :-)

If it was anything along the lines of Leviathan .... hell even Deepstar Six ........ i'll be a happy boy.

I've seen this before. It's called “Doctor Who: The Waters of Mars.”

Max Richter is composing the music. Interesting.

Looks like what Prometheus should have been.

Prometheus is a good film, I enjoyed it better than the last Aliens movie.

Hope to see a sequel to find the 'creaters'.

Mission to Mars rip-off

Add another movie to the Inception sound effect list.

OH YEAH! Something inspired by The Thing, Dead Space and Aliens! This might be some good stuff.

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