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Anna over 4 years ago
Aliens on the moon. They are rocks.
Johnny Nys over 4 years ago
I like found footage but not this one. Boring and not creepy enough. They try though.
Julian Liby over 6 years ago
Had a nice suspenseful atmosphere, but what the movie built up to was a let down.
Grant davies over 6 years ago
not great
Ricky Bobby 7 years ago
This movie was complete trash.... Rock aliens....ROCK ALIENS
Justinas Jarukaitis over 2 years ago
Kevin Claudio almost 4 years ago
cervv over 4 years ago
Madison McLeod over 4 years ago
Mandy Allen almost 5 years ago
Emily Whitworth over 5 years ago
Pachecolilium Fp over 5 years ago
Kyle Klemz over 5 years ago
Wilma Monaghan over 5 years ago
Jeremy Smith over 5 years ago
Byron allison 6 years ago
Felicitas Keclach over 6 years ago
Nile Calhoun over 6 years ago
Apollo 18 is a 2011 American science fiction horror film directed by Gonzalo López-Gallego and produced by Timur Bekmambetov and Ron Schmidt. The film's premise is that the officially canceled Apollo 18 mission was actually launched in December 1973 but never returned, and as a result the United States has never launched another expedition to the Moon. The film is shot in a found-footage style, supposedly of the lost footage of the Apollo 18 mission that was only recently discovered. The film is López-Gallego's first English-language film. After various release date changes, the film was released in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada on September 2, 2011; however, the release dates for other territories vary. In December, 1973, the crew of the previously-cancelled Apollo 18 mission is informed that the mission is a go, though it has now been deemed a top secret Department of Defense mission. Commander Nathan Walker, Lieutenant Colonel John Grey and Captain Benjamin Anderson...
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