Watch This: Creepy Mexican Sci-Fi Film 'Seres: Genesis' Trailer
There's a Mexican sci-fi film called Seres: Genesis that's becoming a cult hit but no one has heard of it up in the US. Seres: Genesis is only the first film in a sci-fi series based on a Mexican graphic novel series that has everything from flying saucers to mysticism to archaeologists in action to UFO hunters, and lots of (low budget) special effects. A trailer with subtitles recently arrived online because indie distributor 24 frames picked up the film (via Heat Vision) and will be bringing it to the US in late October. This looks pretty cool, but honestly it has a SyFy Channel feel to it that I can't get past. But I still might check it out. Watch below!
Watch the official trailer for Angel Mario Huerta's Seres: Genesis:
When a young girl is found amid the wreckage of an accident caused by an alien craft, Mariel (Alejandra Barros), head of a secretive high tech organization investigating the paranormal, must solve the riddle of a message the girl delivers that suggests humanity is on the verge of extermination by a hostile alien force.
Seres: Genesis is directed by up-and-coming Mexican filmmaker Angel Mario Huerta, whose first film was Inspiración, which was so successful in the northern part of Mexico, he became known as El Cine Regio. The story was devised by Huerta & Armando Guajardo and the script was written by Roberto Martín Martínez T. 24 frames will be bringing Seres: Genesis to limited theaters in October, so stay tuned if you're interested!