Ejecta (film)

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Ejecta
Ejecta film poster.jpg
Directed by Chad Archibald
Matt Wiele
Written by Tony Burgess
Starring Julian Richings, Lisa Houle, Adam Seybold
Music by Steph Copeland
Cinematography Cody Calahan
Devin Lund
Edited by Chad Archibald
Matt Wiele
Production
company
Foresight Features
Distributed by Anchor Bay Canada
Release dates
  • August 3, 2014 (2014-08-03) (Fantasia Festival)
Running time 87 minutes
Country Canada
Language English

Ejecta is a 2014 science fiction film that was directed by Chad Archibald and Matt Wiele.[1] The film's script was written by Tony Burgess and stars Julian Richings as a man that has experienced an extraterrestrial encounter.[2] Ejecta had its world premiere on August 3, 2014 at Fantasia Festival and Canadian film rights were purchased by Anchor Bay Canada.[3]

Synopsis[edit]

William Cassidy (Julian Richings) is a man who has had steady interactions with extraterrestrials for the last 40 years, which has left him so filled with paranoia and fear that he now spends his days as a blogger living in seclusion. He contacts Joe Sullivan (Adam Seybold), an alien researcher and conspiracy theorist blogger, and invites him to his home on the night of a solar event that Cassidy believes could be potentially dangerous to Earth. The film switches back and forth between footage from that night to a later day where Cassidy is being interrogated by an unseen person.

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Reception[edit]

Dread Central praised Ejecta for its script, writing "On the surface Ejecta is a twisting tale of sci-fi horror involving shadowy figures, terrestrial or otherwise; but Burgess, never one to spoon feed you answers, slides in the subtext in an almost inconspicuous manner, compelling the viewer to truly think about what they just watched."[4] Shock Till You Drop also praised Burgess's script in their review and stated that while the film's aliens "do bring some scares, the real horror is the way it toys with the mortality of people and the planet."[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kay, Jeremy. "Raven Banner taking Ejecta to Cannes". Screen Daily. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  2. ^ Turek, Ryan. "’80s Throwback Ejecta Debuts Its Trailer & Poster". STYD. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  3. ^ Vlessing, Etan. "Anchor Bay Canada Snaps Up DVD Rights to 'Ejecta,' 'Septic Man' and 'Hellmouth'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  4. ^ McHargue, Brad. "Ejecta (review)". Dread Central. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  5. ^ Larson, Ryan. "Fantasia Review: Ejecta Manages to Make Aliens Scary Again". STYD. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 

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