First Trailer for Sci-Fi 'Crossbreed' Starring Vivica A. Fox as President

January 3, 2019
Source: YouTube

Crossbreed Trailer

"Does this mean war, Madame President?!" Uncork'd Entertainment has released an official trailer for an indie sci-fi alien film titled Crossbreed, a low budget action thriller starring Vivica A. Fox as (highlighted by PR) the first black female president. The film is about an "alien bio-weapon" created inside a top secret facility orbiting Earth. A team of mercs are sent to retrieve it, until the weapon escapes, and starts wreaking havoc onboard the space station. The full cast includes Daniel Baldwin, Stink Fisher, Devanny Pinn, Antoine Lanier, John T. Woods, Mu-Shaka Benson, and Vernon Wells. It's described as "an action-packed throwback in the tradition of Aliens and Escape from New York" though it does not look anywhere near as good as either of those. Crossbreed is heading straight to VOD next month if you do want to see this.

Here's the first official trailer (+ poster) for Brandon Slagle's Crossbreed, direct from YouTube:

Crossbreed Film

Crossbreed Poster

In the near future, the President of the United States of America, Ellen Henricksen (Vivica A. Fox), hires a team of military vets to retrieve an alien bio-weapon from a top-secret research facility orbiting Earth. These highly trained mercenaries must infiltrate the space station and recover the deadly experimental alien cargo located onboard. All is going according to the plan until the cargo escapes. Crossbreed is directed by American actor-turned-filmmaker Brandon Slagle, director of the low budget films The Dark Avengers, Subject 87, Area 51 Confidential, The Black Dahlia Haunting, Dead Sea, House of Manson, and Escape from Ensenada previously. The screenplay is by Brandon Slagle and Robert Thompson. Uncork'd will release Slagle's Crossbreed direct-to-VOD starting February 5th, 2019 next month. Anyone into this?

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Reader Feedback - 8 Comments


So is this a 'direct-to-garbage-dump' release? Looks absolutely terrible by any metric that you care to assess it by...

Verithin on Jan 3, 2019


"I can't look away! I can't look away!" I can and DID. This looks more like a blatant Species ripoff than Aliens or Escape from NY. Sure, just compare your garbage to two of the best scifi films ever made and it will hopefully be enough for people to waste their time/money with this. Terrible.

THE_RAW_ on Jan 3, 2019


Ok, if we go beyond how bad it is (extremely bad) this is what we have when female body is hardly allowed nowadays to be seen as sexy. All we can get is some mutant hybrid being on the verge of hysteria and with inbred urge to kill ...

shiboleth on Jan 3, 2019


Some parts are actually better than I expected. There are a lot of DTV movies out there that look way worse. Who knows how much of the budget went just for the two main actors (completely unnecessary btw) and the CGI shots...

Sebo on Jan 3, 2019


This is one of those movies where the comments on the trailer show more thought and originality (and talent) than the actual movie. I mean, Daniel Baldwin I can understand but Vivica A. Fox? She was hot stripper mom from ID4 for crying out loud! (lol jk what else has she done?)

syntaxterror on Jan 3, 2019


And don't forget Booty Call.

JohnDoeB on Jan 5, 2019


Pretty easy to assess the level of talent involved in making this movie when I saw that Danial Baldwin was in it. You don't cast Daniel Baldwin if you've got talent... and you sure don't put him predominately on the poster. Dumb stuff here and not even mediocre.

thespiritbo on Jan 3, 2019


Daniel Baldwin's name can tell us many things before watching the trailer.

Pincode on Jan 4, 2019

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