Watch: First Trailer for Deep Space Psychological Sci-Fi '400 Days'

November 9, 2015
Source: YouTube

400 Days Trailer

"This is some simulation." There's a new trailer for a science fiction film called 400 Days, but it's actually a Syfy Film that is getting a full theatrical release in January. Turned out better than they were hoping, maybe? 400 Days is from writer/director Matt Osterman and is about a "social experiment" where a small crew of astronauts embarks on a deep space mission to another planet where the travel time is 400 days. Essentially, can they live together in isolation in deep space for that long? The feature film stars Brandon Routh and Caity Lotz, Ben Feldman, comedian Dane Cook, Tom Cavanaugh and Grant Bowler. This definitely looks Syfy cheesy at times, and overly horrific by the end, but I'm still curious to check it out.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Matt Osterman's 400 Days, direct from Syfy Films' YouTube:

400 Days Poster

400 Days is a psychological sci-fi film centering on four astronauts who are sent on a simulated mission to a distant planet to test the psychological effects of deep space travel. Locked away for 400 days, the crew's mental state begins to deteriorate when they lose all communication with the outside world. Forced to exit the ship, they discover that this mission may not have been a simulation after all. 400 Days is both written and directed by filmmaker Matt Osterman (of the Syfy film Ghost from the Machine previously + work on "RoboSHOT"), produced by Gabe Cowan and John Suits. Syfy Films will release 400 Days both in theaters + VOD starting January 12th, 2016 in a few months. If you're interested, visit the official website. Who's in?

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HMMM, not sure what to make of this, but I detest Dane Cook. I'd recommend watching Ascension on Netflix it's essentially the same concept but a bit better imo (granted I only saw the trailer here but once again, Dane Cook.)

Matthew on Nov 9, 2015


I thought every hated Dane Cook. How do he still get work?

Ralph McAllister on Nov 9, 2015


because he's a very good actor. and you're just a dickhead. form your own opinions, don't follow what others say. loser.

davidshaw on Nov 9, 2015


No one is a loser!

anakinbrego on Nov 9, 2015


Already free online. I watched the beginning and it didn't look that bad. I might watch the rest when I am bored and can't sleep.

timnimbus on Nov 9, 2015


Cool. It is most surely a game scenario, but the ride looks engaging and fun. Dane Cook does not look super terrible (but still somewhat terrible).

DAVIDPD on Nov 9, 2015


lol Jared Leto Joker cameo at the end there But in all serious, this looks interesting. I love Routh, don't hate Cook. Love Tom Cavanaugh.

Lar Rackell on Nov 9, 2015


I watched this online the other day, and frankly it started off pretty interesting, and then descended into completely terrible by the end. 90 minutes of my life that I want back.

Mike Lucas on Nov 9, 2015


Just for once, it would be cool if it all worked out.

Carpola on Nov 10, 2015


More like a Psychological Horror with sci-fi touches, and it certainly isn't in 'Deep Space' (except if there's a twist that it actually is?).

Terry Craig on Nov 10, 2015


Routh, Lotz and Cavanaugh. Seems like this film has a CW superhero pipeline.

Duane on Nov 10, 2015


Had promise then I saw Dane Cook then... nope

Viktor Velez on Nov 18, 2015

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