THIS GIANT PAPIER MACHE BOULDER IS ACTUALLY REALLY HEAVY

THIS GIANT PAPIER MACHE BOULDER IS ACTUALLY REALLY HEAVY - SCREENER

By Christian NICOLSON

LITTLE HERO PICTURES - as PROD / FIN

Action/Adventure - Completed 2016

Three ordinary guys are thrust into a parallel world of an old sci-fi movie. Trapped in a low budget universe they must somehow fight their way home.

Festivals
& Awards

Boston Sci Fi Film Festival 2016
Best Sci Fi Comedy
London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film 2016
    • Year of production
    • 2016
    • Genres
    • Action/Adventure, Science-fiction, Comedy
    • Countries
    • NEW ZEALAND
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • 0 - 0.3 M$
    • Duration
    • 110 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Christian NICOLSON
    • Writer(s)
    • Christian NICOLSON, Andrew BESZANT
    • Producer(s)
    • Christian NICOLSON (LITTLE HERO PICTURES)
    • Synopsis
    • What happened to the good old days of sci-fi, when spaceships were real models, monsters were made of latex and laser guns - a curling iron painted silver? Now imagine a universe where everything was just like this for real.

      For three ordinary guys Tom, Jeffrey and Gavin, this just became a reality. One minute they were watching an old B-grade movie, the next they’ve been thrust inside the movie itself and find themselves at the helm of a rickety old spaceship. Panic-ridden they stumble into a space battle and make a mortal enemy of the evil Lord Froth while unwittingly saving the space princess Lady Emmanor. Suddenly and unexpectedly Jeffrey’s psyche is transformed into the sci-fi character Star Captain Kasimir. Tom and Gavin embark on a quest to find a cure for Jeffrey’s predicament as for all they know they could be next. They must adapt quickly to this new world if they are to survive long enough to find a way home or else they will be lost in this world forever.

      This is an action-packed comedy, adventure of giant lizards, space battles, robots, aliens, warlords and amazons that has to be seen to be believed.