It must suck to wake up alone on a spaceship with no memory of who you are or why the barren hulk of steel built to hold 60,000 you're floating in now only holds a handful of people running from what looks like a handful of once-people. Yet these are the woes of Quaid and Foster in the new trailer for their Sci-fi / horror hybrid available at Apple in HD with an embed below.
Fortunately for us the film looks to reside closer in Impact's quality corner to Event Horizon than AVP, though I suppose I need not point out to horror fans how relatively unfortunate such a comparison is. Personally, I gravitate towards any horror story confined to one locale, particularly if it's in space. Yes, I can even find the good in Jason X. But not Leprechaun 4. Let's be realistic, folks.
Oddly enough with a September 18th release lock, Pandorum looks to beat to theaters Christian Alvert's previous studio horror effort Case 39. I guess the summer only had room for one scary kid.