400 Days (2015) Trailer

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400 Days 2015 - Trailer

400 Days 2015  Trailer
Year: 2015
Genres: Thriller, Sci-Fi, Mystery
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M46S
Cast: Mark Steger, Ben Feldman, Fernanda Romero, Caity Lotz, Jim Mitchell, Dane Cook, Brandon Routh, Tom Cavanagh, Sara Tomko, Kim Estes, Robert Lewis Stephenson, Dennis Garr, Luke Barnett, Dominic Bogart, Nicole Derseweh, Gretchen Dickason, Stefanie Feldman, Stevens Gaston, Joe P. Harris, Amy Jorgensen, Oz Kalvan, Iris Karina, Lillian Lam, Grant Bowler, Sally Pressman, Max Raines, Frank Ashmore, Terry Stroud, Sharon Bremond, Catherine Divina
Director(s): Matt Osterman

Syfy Films and director Matt Osterman is bringing us 400 Days (2015) which Syfy describes as "…a psychological sci-fi film centering on four astronauts who are sent on a simulated mission to a distant planet to test the psychological effects of deep space travel." This trailer looks awesome and has some great Event Horizon (1997) type scenes. 400 Days releases in theaters and On Demand this upcoming January 12, 2016. Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Dane Cook, Caity Lotz (Arrow), Ben Feldman (As Above, So Below), Tom Cavanagh (The Flash), and Grant Bowler (Defiance) star in 400 Days.

Watch now On Demand: tiny.cc/400_Days

400 DAYS is a psychological sci-fi film centering on four astronauts who are sent on a simulated mission to a distant planet to test the psychological effects of deep space travel. Locked away for 400 days, the crew’s mental state begins to deteriorate when they lose all communication with the outside world. Forced to exit the ship, they discover that this mission may not have been a simulation after all.

Dane Cook, Brandon Routh, Caity Lotz, Tom Cavanagh, Ben Feldman via Syfy Films

Synopsis:

"400 Days" centers on four astronauts sent on a simulated mission to a distant planet to test the psychological effects of deep space travel. Locked away for 400 days, the crew's mental state begins to deteriorate when they lose all communication with the outside world. Forced to exit the ship, they discover that this mission may not have been a simulation after all.