First Short Trailer for Indie Sci-Fi 'Axcellerator' Featuring Sean Young

June 27, 2017
Source: YouTube

Axcellerator Trailer

"I made something. Something that can change everything, the whole world!" A teaser trailer has debuted for an indie sci-fi film titled Axcellerator, from director David Giancola who runs his own production company out of Vermont. This super low budget thriller is about a car thief / delivery guy who stumbles upon the invention of the century, some kind of device that allows him to teleport, and brings a beautiful checkout clerk with him. Co-starring Ryan Wesen and Laura James, as well as Sean Young, Maxwell Caulfield, Sam J. Jones, John James, David Johnson, and John Romeo. I don't know what's going on in this trailer, but I am intrigued. It reminds me a bit of that Netflix sci-fi film ARQ. Check it out below.

Here's the first teaser trailer for David Giancola's Axcellerator, direct from YouTube:

Axcellerator Movie

When a young car thief / pizza delivery guy (Ryan Wesen) stumbles on the invention of the century (and the various government agencies that want to kill him), he and a sassy checkout clerk named Kate (Laura James) end up the adventure of a lifetime. Axcellerator is directed by American indie filmmaker David Giancola, of the various films Time Chasers, Diamond Run, Moving Targets, Icebreakers, Illegal Aliens, and Addicted to Fame previously. The screenplay is written by Mike Ford. This indie movie was made by Giancola's production company based in Rutland, Vermont. No release date has been set, though the film is expected to arrive sometime later in 2017. Stay tuned for more updates. Thoughts on all this footage so far?

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Kurt Russell looks bizarre in that photo.

Carpola on Jun 27, 2017


haha!! That's Flash Gordon!!!

CyraNOSE on Jun 28, 2017


I hope turns out well. The budget is charmingly low.

DAVIDPD on Jun 27, 2017


Well this is not good at all...

ari smulders on Jun 28, 2017


Multidimensionality of bad ...

shiboleth on Jun 28, 2017



CyraNOSE on Jun 28, 2017


Pure MST3K fuel.

leemoder on Jun 28, 2017


I don't think the government would be after a chrome and neon vibrator... This looks completely forgettable and terrible. Solid "No" from me.

THE_RAW_ on Jun 30, 2017


Arq was a nice little movie. The trailer is dubious, but you can never know with low budget sci-fi. on Jul 3, 2017

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