85 minutes


Action and Adventure, Coming of Age, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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If you and your mates developed super powers, how would you use them? That's the question facing three American teenagers in this low-budget, sci-fi tale, that’s shot in the realistic, found footage style of films such as Cloverfield. After encountering a mysterious, subterranean energy, Andrew, Matt and Steve acquire superhuman abilities, including an extraordinary talent for telekinesis. Naturally keen to test these new skills, they start performing silly stunts and practical jokes: having a huge laugh as they fling objects at each other and scare unsuspecting strangers. But the fun sours when their powers grow stronger, and they're tempted into increasingly destructive behaviour. With things suddenly going hideously wrong, their lives spin completely out of control.


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Contains bloody injury detail, strong violence and sustained threat.

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