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Synopsis:The story of one night on earth that changed everything we know about the universe.
Ejecta (2014) is a Canadian science fiction movie that is 87 minutes long and was filmed in Collingwood, Ontario, Canada. Directors Chad Archibald (Desperate Souls (2005), Neverlost (2010), Kill (2011)) and first-time director Matt Wiele did an awful job executing this movie. The directors tried and put some effort in the movie, but the screenplay was at fault in my opinion. The movie is gory and grotesque.
William Cassidy ( Julian Richings - Man of Steel (2013), Cube (1997), Wrong Turn (2003), X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)) claims that aliens came/went in his head. He said that the aliens put something there that makes him restless at nights with terrifying things that he cannot describe. It was daunting when he was being interviewed, and he was only speaking of the horror that goes on in his head. All of the aliens pictures appear real with images of what we have seen already. I was a tad bit interested when the aliens ship crashed to Earth and out of all places it was behind Williams’ house in the woods. Soldiers were there, and William ended up getting shot and captured to be interrogated later in a bunker by a female. After a few events, we see Dr. Tobin (Lisa Houle - Pontypool (2008), Emily of New Moon (1998), Cold Squad (1998)) who is looking through the the footage of the incident which he found. We, the audience are now examining the tape with Dr. Tobin at the same time but the tape has been edited with background music added to it.
Ejecta is one of the worst movies that I have ever seen about aliens. There was way too many plot holes, overacting and unrealistic scenes. The only good thing about this movie is the alien pictures and the gore factor. I am not sure why I did not give this movie a lower score, but I will leave it at a three. I do not recommend anyone to see this movie as it was a total waste of time.
About Ejecta 2014
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Writers: Tony Burgess
Director: Chad Archibald, Matt Wiele