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First Trailer for UK Sci-Fi Action Man vs Machine 'Kill Command' Movie

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February 25, 2016
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Kill Command Trailer

"Some programmer screwed up somewhere." Vertigo Films has released the first trailer for Steven Gomez's Kill Command, a science fiction horror thriller about man eating machines pitted against helpless humans - pretty much. The film stars English actress Vanessa Kirby as some kind of cyborg, Danish actor Thure Lindhardt, plus David Ajala, Tom McKay, Bentley Kalu and Mike Noble as an elite unit of Marines that goes in for an exercise and discovers they're in for a death match with some very creepy, nasty robots. This looks kind of awesome! I'm actually looking forward to seeing this, nice surprise sci-fi discovery. The VFX are impressive - I'm kinda creeped out. Everything about it looks solid, might be entertaining. Identify!

Here's the first trailer (+UK poster) for Steven Gomez's Kill Command, found via The Movie Box:

Kill Command UK Quad

Kill Command is a sci-fi action thriller set in a near future, technology-reliant society that pits man against killing machines. Against this backdrop an elite army unit is helicoptered to a remote, off-the-grid island training facility. What starts out as a simple training exercise for Captain Bukes and his tight-knit unit, descends into a terrifying battle to the death, as the marines discover the island is overrun by an enemy that transcends the human concept of evil. Kill Command is both written and directed by Steven Gomez, making his feature directing debut after a short film called Drip in 1996. The film doesn't have a US release date set yet, but will open in Europe over the next few months, including in the UK on May 13th. Stay tuned for more release updates in the US. For extra info, check outt Protagonist Films. Your thoughts?

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14 Comments

1

unknown actors in a sci-fi, bold move.

Xerxexx on Feb 25, 2016

2

Not an American film so Not American Actors for you. Vanessa Kirby and David Ajala. Just not great big name which would probably ruin it with the likes of Ben Afflect in Batman vs Superman. That was stupid. Would have been better with a no namer. LOL

sai ly on May 9, 2016

3

Whoaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa this looks epic.

Sean Taylor on Feb 25, 2016

4

Sci-fi fest without any sense whatsoever. It's interesting how science fiction movies hardly evolve beyond violent escapades ...

shiboleth on Feb 25, 2016

5

Looks like some pointless fun.

Higgens on Feb 25, 2016

6

Very cool effects. I dig it. But robots would steam roll hoomans...

DAVIDPD on Feb 25, 2016

7

Higgens, the point is probably - fun

stanfordcrane on Feb 25, 2016

8

The comparison between this and the predator movies is certainly in it. But great cgi and special effects. On my list...

ari smulders on Feb 26, 2016

9

Interesting - *add to watch list*

VAharleywitch on Feb 26, 2016

10

Looks pretty cool!

Bill on Feb 26, 2016

11

Looks good, like a sci-fi version of dog soldiers.

chrisills on Feb 27, 2016

12

Eh, I am the only one that didn't think this looked that great?

Franklin Carpio on Feb 29, 2016

13

This is TV show material, not movie.

Lar Rackell on Mar 11, 2016

14

I don't think the people who wrote or produced this eye candy were really in touch with the subject...

gridflash on May 8, 2016

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