First Teaser Trailer for HaZ's New Wormhole Sci-Fi Film 'The Beyond'

March 28, 2017
Source: Vimeo

The Beyond Teaser Trailer

"What is on the other side of the void?" You might want to check this out, especially if you're big into sci-fi. We've been following (and featuring) filmmaker Hasraf "HaZ" Dulull's work for years. His short film Project Kronos (made with mostly NASA stock footage) helped him get a foot in the door in Hollywood, and he has already directed another sci-fi feature called Origin Unknown (though the release date is also unknown). One of HaZ's other projects is a sci-fi thriller titled The Beyond, a low-budget sci-fi somewhat based on the idea first introduced in Project Kronos - first contact. The plot involves astronauts going through a wormhole to another part of the universe, only to return early, and now everyone wants to know what they found on the other side. This teaser doesn't give away anything, but does introduce lots of big ideas. Dive in.

Here's the first official teaser trailer for Hasraf "HaZ" Dulull's The Beyond, direct from Vimeo (via THR):

The Beyond Poster

Info from Vimeo: "Set in 2019, The Beyond chronicles the groundbreaking mission which sent astronauts - modified with advanced robotics, through a newly discovered wormhole known as the Void. When the mission returns unexpectedly, the space agency races to discover what the astronauts encountered on their first of its kind interstellar space journey." The Beyond is a sci-fi project from filmmaker Hasraf "HaZ" Dulull (see his Vimeo page), who started out with VFX work and short films, and directed his first feature film Origin Unknown, due out later this year. According to THR, HaZ hopes "to do to sci-fi what Blumhouse did for horror." He wrote, directed, edited, produced and did the VFX to pull this off with a minimal budget. It is loosely based on his 2014 short Project Kronos. The Beyond is still looking for distribution. Thoughts?

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Too much talk.

tarek on Mar 28, 2017


Yep: And not enough robots fighting each other: How did you guess it?

tarek on Mar 28, 2017


Visuals are stunning. And it has some hint of something extraordinary. I hope it delivers something good on the end ...

shiboleth on Mar 28, 2017


"We all know there's an entrance and an exit?" What? Okay...

DAVIDPD on Mar 28, 2017


Reminds me of "Europa Report".....cant wait

Trey on Mar 29, 2017


Did you like Europa Report? I found it so boring. I stopped watching half way.

tarek on Mar 29, 2017


I liked it, it was very realistic in my opinion.. Well, at least until it turned into a monster movie.. But good nonetheless

Tester on Mar 29, 2017

8' Robocop in Space? Honestly it's a cool concept, but a bit...low budget feeling? And I was on board with the concept until human brains got put into robots. Feels like a side-story that will become more of the focus than the worm-hole...

RAW_D on Mar 29, 2017


The aliens that look like ink and here to save humans from themselves.....erm have I seen this movie before. Oh yes Arrivals that's it. The whole planets coming together in a matter of days is a bit far fetched especially when u think how long it took for them to form the first time around when our solar system first came together, just a tad far fetched

GlynnD on Jan 17, 2018

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