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Crawlspace (2013)

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Deep in the heart of the unforgiving Australian desert lies Pine Gap, a top-secret government facility operated by the United States military. When the base comes under attack from unknown forces, an elite team is sent in to extract the military scientists. They encounter a beautiful young woman with no memory of how she came to be in the base, and find it overrun by disturbed patients from the base’s medical sector. But as the squad delves deeper it becomes clear that there is something far more sinister - and far more dangerous - going on at Pine Gap.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: January 4th, 2013 (Limited) by IFC Films
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 83 minutes
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Keywords: Special Ops, Hallucinations, Non-Chronological, Psychics, Intertitle, Suicide, Surprise Twist, Paranormal Investigation
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Science Fiction
Production Companies: Wicked of Oz Studios, Maker Films, Wolf Creek Pictures
Production Countries: Australia


Ditch Davey    Romeo
Eddie Baroo    Fourpack
Peta Sergeant    Wiki
Fletcher Humphrys    Kid
Nicholas Bell    Caesar
Samuel Johnson    Matthews
David Whiteley    General
Ngaire Dawn Fair    Emily

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Justin Dix
Screenwriter    Eddie Baroo
Screenwriter    Adam Patrick Foster
Story Creator    Justin Dix
Producer    John Finemore
Producer    Justin Dix
Producer    Nicholas Sherry
Executive Producer    Greg McLean
Executive Producer    James Hoppe
Executive Producer    Stephen Wools
Executive Producer    Craig McMahon
Executive Producer    Silvio Salom
Director of Photography    Simon Ozolins
Production Designer    Justin Dix
Editor    Dave Redman
Composer    Jamie Blanks

Limited Releases: Are Limited Releases Up to the Challenge?

January 4th, 2013

Because you need to release a film before January 1st to quality for Oscars, many studios release their best limited releases right before the year ends. This means January is the worst time of year to release a limited release. Not only is it too late for Oscar glory, but they have to compete with films going for Oscar glory. So it comes as no surprise there are not a lot of films on this week's list, and only one of them, 56 Up, is earning great reviews. More...

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