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Monday, 12 January 2009

Nine Miles Down - trailer for drilling horror

In the remotest reaches of the Australian Outback, a sandstorm batters a deserted drilling station. Three days earlier, radio contract was lost, so security patrolman Jack is enlisted to investigate. He finds abundant food and resources in the complex but, oddly, not a living soul. Jack encounters a beautiful American geologist named JC who claims to be the last remaining member of the research team. She tells how they had successfully breached the roof of a vast cavern at the unprecedented depth of nine miles. Following the discovery, a series of mysterious sightings and hallucinations were experienced by the increasingly fearful drilling crew. Violence had broken out, and the team fled the site, abandoning her with two scientists' corpses, which she keeps stored in a freezer. Although her explanation seemed logical, Jack suspects she's hiding something more sinister. To him, all the evidence points more towards a supernatural phenomena.

Directed by Anthony Waller. Starring Adrian Paul and Kate Nauta.

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Joe said...

The only chance this has of being good is if there is a sword fight at the climax.

Live for films said...

LOL Joe. There can be only one after all!