Expect 5TH PASSENGER This July- New Trailer

Get ready for a dystopian thriller film packed with a stellar cast! This July, 5th Passenger is sure to astound with its interstellar plot.

On July 10th, 2018, Epic Pictures will release the sci-fi thriller, 5th Passenger, produced by Scott Baker, Morgan Lariah, Mike Phillips and directed by Scott Baker. The film stars legendary veteran horror actor Doug Jones (The Shape of Water, Star Trek: Discovery, Pan’s Labyrinth), Tim Russ (Star Trek series), Marina Sirtis (Star Trek series), Armin Shimerman (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) and Morgan Lariah (Colony One).

After its successful crowdfunding, 5th Passenger debuted at the Artemis Women in Action Film Festival where they “celebrate powerful women taking action on the silver screen.”

5th Passenger is set in the aftermath of an oppressive class war, Miller, a pregnant officer aboard an escape pod must struggle to survive with her remaining crew when a mysterious and vicious life form attacks, determined to become the dominant species.


Director Scott Baker gives us insight on making the film, saying “I directed 5th Passenger because it’s a  film  I  wanted  to  see.  It is inspired by my  love  of  the  science  fiction  genre,  The  Twilight  Zone,  and  Alfred  Hitchcock  Presents.   All twisted storylines with principled characters thrown  into  extreme  situations  where  society  breaks  down  and  their  morals  and  values  are  tested.” 

Sinful Celluloid has a first look at the film’s trailer below!

5th Passenger will be on demand everywhere on July 10th (Dish, DirecTV, Charter, Spectrum, Comcast/Xfinity, Verizon Fios, Cox, SlingTV, iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, FandangoNOW, Google Play, Microsoft/Xbox).

Are you psyched for this summer’s watch list? It just keeps getting better.


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