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Apollo 18 (Blu-ray)

Released on 26 December 2011

Featuring: Warren Christie, Ryan Robbins & Ali Liebert

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 15 years & over

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Decades-old found footage from NASA's abandoned Apollo 18 mission, where two American astronauts were sent on a secret expedition, reveals the reason the U.S. has never returned to the moon.

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 Average rating (9 reviews)

 Excellent film

| | See all Rikardo22's reviews (4)

Don't listen to the other reviewer. This film is fantastic. It is very creepy and atmospheric. The hand held camera style has been used over and over again over the last few years and this, in my opinion, is the best use of it so far.
You must see this film!!!

 Very poor

| | See all Fatman88's reviews (46)

I would have walked out half way through this movie had I not read a review saying 'the most mind blowing final 10 minutes of any movie' what a joke.

I loved Cloverfield, I loved Apollo 13 and really wanted to like his movie.

Unfortunately this movie is long dull and predictable. There is one, maybe 2 jumpy bits but once you've seen those it would have absolutely zero re-watchability.

The found footage genre gets a little tired when it's edited found fottage with music added, and I can only think that fx have been added to show madness.

What a real shame.

Very poor indeed.

 To boldly go where we€ve all been so many times before!

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Conspiracy theorists who think the Apollo 11 1969 moon landing was one huge hoax filmed in a studio at Area 51 will have something new to believe with this, as it's another one of those found footage movies that were so ground breaking ten years ago.
According to this NASA cancelled their Lunar missions at Apollo 17, but oh no they went back and found something nasty...... well not really nasty just a bunch of Mutant Lunar Rock Crabs! something that Neil and Buzz failed to notice four years prior when they too their giant leaps.
What makes most found footage movies work is that the viewer can relate to the situation, as in Paranormal Activity where as we wonder how we would react is some demonic force dragged us out of out beds whilst we sleep, as we all have to sleep some time. But that's one of the many stumbling blocks with Apollo 18, the chances of us going to the Moon are very slim to say the least. So you find it hard to relate to the situation no matter how convincing they try and make it, it's still a bunch of actors in a dust filled studio. But as said they make the Lunar surface very convincing, maybe a little too accurate as like the surface of the Moon this film also lacks any atmosphere and tension or any real scares. The Mutant Lunar Rock Crabs are only breifly seen, but with this being a low budget film they use the old infestation of the body trick turning the infested into a mad man.
The convenient finding of the abandoned Russian Lunar Modual is hard to swallow, although well explained it's amazing how quick the surviving member of the crew learns how to fly it.
The film is a huge black hole, it's not good or bad enough to be remembered, It's just a big nothing.
See if you like.....
The Fourth Kind.
Space 1999.
Lost In Space.
The endless Channel 5 conspiracies documentaries

 To boldly go where we€ve all been so many times before!

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Conspiracy theorists who think the Apollo 11 1969 moon landing was one huge hoax filmed in a studio at Area 51 will have something new to believe with this, as it's another one of those found footage movies that were so ground breaking ten years ago.
According to this NASA cancelled their Lunar missions at Apollo 17, but oh no they went back and found something nasty...... well not really nasty just a bunch of Mutant Lunar Rock Crabs! something that Neil and Buzz failed to notice four years prior when they too their giant leaps.
What makes most found footage movies work is that the viewer can relate to the situation, as in Paranormal Activity where as we wonder how we would react is some demonic force dragged us out of out beds whilst we sleep, as we all have to sleep some time. But that's one of the many stumbling blocks with Apollo 18, the chances of us going to the Moon are very slim to say the least. So you find it hard to relate to the situation no matter how convincing they try and make it, it's still a bunch of actors in a dust filled studio. But as said they make the Lunar surface very convincing, maybe a little too accurate as like the surface of the Moon this film also lacks any atmosphere and tension or any real scares. The Mutant Lunar Rock Crabs are only breifly seen, but with this being a low budget film they use the old infestation of the body trick turning the infested into a mad man.
The convenient finding of the abandoned Russian Lunar Modual is hard to swallow, although well explained it's amazing how quick the surviving member of the crew learns how to fly it.
The film is a huge black hole, it's not good or bad enough to be remembered, It's just a big nothing.
See if you like.....
The Fourth Kind.
Space 1999.
Lost In Space.
The endless Channel 5 conspiracies documentaries

 Utter rubbish and a waste of money.

| | See all dunc101's reviews (4)

I have to agree with another reviewer. This film is truly shocking. I wasn't a fan of cloverfield either, but that aside I have two words to sum up the truely amateur nature of this film : 'gravity' and 'footage'. When setting the scenario that this is on / around the moon, consider the lack of gravity as something to include when filming. Also, if both craft were completely destroyed and no one has returned to the moon since, how was any of the footage salvaged and the 'film' made?

Acting / direction is poor and pedictable also.

Films should allow the viewer to escape, but must be based on some basis of believable fact.

Avoid this film. The base idea of the story could have been quite good, but the premise that it is 'lost footage' fails before its begun.

It's a complete raspberry.

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ActorsWarren Christie, Ryan Robbins, Ali Liebert, Lloyd Owen, Michael Kopsa, Andrew Airlie & Kurt Max Runte
DirectorGonzalo López-Gallego
Certificate15 years and over
Year2011
Screen1.33:1
LanguagesEnglish
Duration1 hour and 26 minutes (approx)