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Ruairi Robinson’s “The Last Days on Mars” looks a lot like John Carpenter’s “The Thing”, only set on Mars. I can dig it. I like the premise, and as long as you keep moving it to a new locale, I think it’s fair game to keep doing it. Plus, Liev Shreiber looks like he’s in his element playing the tough American in an international crew of space hopping folks. And remember, kids — when on Mars, do not open the door when people are shouting at you not to open the door. I mean, come on, listen, will ya?
Check out a pair of new trailers for the film, along with an earlier clip that was released many Martian moons ago.
On the eve that the crew of the very first manned expedition to Mars are about to return to Earth, they make an astounding discovery—fossilized evidence of life on Mars. Oscar®-nominated and visionary filmmaker Ruairi Robinson, along with an extraordinary special effects team including the people behind District 9, X-Men: First Class and Avatar, introduce us to a terrifying new landscape, where the scientific discovery of life might be the death of us all..
Starring Liev Schreiber, Romola Garai, Elias Koteas, Olivia Williams, Johnny Harris, Goran Kostic, and Tom Cullen.
Mars comes home on VOD October 31st before opening in limited release December 6th.