Watch: Wacky Trailer for Experimental Danish Sci-Fi Project 'Exodus'

February 4, 2013
Source: Twitch

Exodus Trailer

"There is one enemy weapons cannot defeat…" Whoa. This looks… kind of crazy awesome! Our friends at Twitch have found a trailer for a Danish sci-fi film called Exodus, being developed as a multi-media cross-platform project, with a feature film as the main selling point. And this is their trailer. It could described as the look of the original Tron meets Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow meets Dune meets Beyond Thunderdome, in a weird way. It gets really wacky with the Exodus stuff at the end. But there's something completely alluring about it, that old school 80's-done-perfect feeling, I really want to see this. Check it out!

Watch the first test trailer for Tommy Ipsen's sci-fi project Exodus, embedded directly from their Vimeo:

Trailer embed currently unavailable - sorry, folks.

From the production intro (via TSOMM Pictures): "As the old world died, a fleet of ships set sail towards the stars. Only one single vessel reached the other side, and on the remains of their lost civilization the last of humanity built a new home. But the fight for survival had only just begun." Exodus is a story about two brothers set in a distant future, on an even more distant planet. The film is directed by Tommy Ipsen, from a screenplay by Christoffer Örnfeldt, produced by Richard Georg Engström. It's apparently a "proposed sci-fi fantasy project for multi media platforms (film, tv series, games, novels) currently wrapping a feature film pilot to present at the Berlin Film Festival 2013." I really do want to see this finished. Here's their Facebook.

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wtf is this shit gizas, stop posting crap like this on firstshowing

qwqwrq on Feb 4, 2013



MITNG on Feb 4, 2013


I wouldn't put it like that but I agree.

reeft on Feb 5, 2013


Sorry Alex, but you lost me at wacky. Not a word that I want to see within light years of a sci fi movie.

Hattori Hanzo on Feb 4, 2013


This a student film?

David Kinskey-Lebeda on Feb 4, 2013


Not a fan of the filters or bad greenscreen. Or the iffy acting. Or the overly portentous trailer.

Chris on Feb 4, 2013


No....Just No

darius on Feb 4, 2013


Bearded guy is Kristofer Hivju, seen in The Thing(2011) and soon to be seen in all episodes of GoT S3. And yeah, this trailer/movie doesn't look good.

David Banner on Feb 4, 2013


It burnssss!!! X(

Kelton on Feb 4, 2013


oh damn !! wtf did U just have me watch Alex !! more importantly, why !!!!

Tester on Feb 4, 2013


I actually quite like it. Looks a bit like a cartoon.

Carpola on Feb 4, 2013


It burns us!!!!

Linkfx on Feb 4, 2013


looks like Ultraviolet

Dan Hibiki on Feb 4, 2013


Ultraviolet is shit, except two amazing sword fighting scenes.

David Banner on Feb 5, 2013


thanks captain obvious.

Dan Hibiki on Feb 5, 2013


Yeah, Alex, what the hell did we did to you!!

Baron the Curse on Feb 4, 2013


Is that David Bateson doing the voice over ?

Guest on Feb 4, 2013


Much better than JJ Abrams Star Trek.

k on Feb 4, 2013


glad to see people trying something this big on a low budget

lando on Feb 4, 2013


Kind of crazy awesome? I think you should think about your unprofessional and misguided wording more often...Or at least admit your taste is bottom shelf...This looks wretched, and doesn't seem to be what you described in the least...Pay attention.

Marty Janetty on Feb 4, 2013


This looks like somebody's home videos in after effects that they decided to "share" with everyone on youtube.

JL on Feb 4, 2013


this is really really bad...

k on Feb 5, 2013


Kinda reminds me of Lexx with its cheap but highly effective special effects.Hope its gets weird like that.Lack of funds gets the creative juices flowing.

mesa like no on Feb 5, 2013


no thank you!

Fiendish on Feb 5, 2013


Uh, I was waiting to be AM-AZED,,, but I don't know what I just saw. What was so special about this again? Is Sylar from Heroes in this movie? I saw a brain or two exposed...

JudgeMethos on Feb 5, 2013

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