In the early 1970s, the United States government cancels the Apollo 18 mission to the moon due to the dangers involved. However, the footage from the mission is supposedly found by a private investigator, which reveals that the astronauts were not alone on the moon. The footage shows the astronauts being stalked and attacked by creatures that are not friendly. The government had been keeping these creatures a secret.
As far as “found footage” movies go, Apollo 18 is a pretty good one. The movie is based on the supposed “lost” footage of the Apollo 18 mission to the moon, which was supposedly canceled due to the dangers involved.
The footage is supposedly found by a private investigator hired by the widow of one of the astronauts. The footage is grainy and sometimes hard to follow, but it is definitely creepy.
The astronauts discover that they are not alone on the moon, and that there are creatures there that are not friendly. They also discover that the government knew about these creatures and had been keeping them a secret.
Overall, Apollo 18 is a pretty good movie. It is creepy and suspenseful, and it will definitely keep you guessing.
Director: Gonzalo López-Gallego
Writers: Brian MillerCory Goodman(co-writer)
Actors: Joanna Warren Christie, Lloyd Owen, Ryan Robbins
Release Year: 2011
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