Elon Musk made it pretty clear than anyone hoping to colonize the Red Planet has made a tactic agreement to be a blood sacrifice to SpaceX. Fine, no one said space travel was safe. But the survivors have a new danger to consider: space brain.
If there's one thing that Pandorum shows us, it's that it's psychologically stressful to be out there in space. Studies have shown the dangers of space madness, but we have to admit: It makes for good entertainment.
What are the skin-peeling monsters in Ben Fosters space nightmare? Are they real or fake? Your guess is as good as ours, as the first clips from the horror flick take you face to face with the space nasties.
The latest poster for space-horror movie Pandorum is skin-peeling gross. Take a look at the blistering flesh 00 and what lies underneath.
We've got the new Pandorum trailer, which is a terrifyingly confusing mix of space Crawlers, skin-peeling madness, and an evil toddler. Take a closer look into the blackened eyes of evil while Ben Foster and Dennis Quaid look for the 60,000 missing passengers. And check out some screencaps below.
Holy hell, Pandorum looks sticky-space-madness, freak-out insane. Just wait until you see the poster and trailer. Well played, Ben Foster, you creepy-but-brilliant bastard.
It's hard to imagine anything more unpleasant than being stuck in a metal can millions of miles from home with a crazy person. Space missions to Mars and beyond will need a way to deal with the boredom, isolation and close quarters of long-term space travel, or some unlucky astronauts could find out just how bad space…