It was a brave new experiment designed to give our world a glimpse into unexplored vistas of the universe and never-before seeable alien life forms. We shouldn’t have looked so closely. In the control room of the National Institute of Science brilliant physicist Dr. Jillian O'Hara attempts to secure her government funding by revealing a new cold-fusion machine. Purportedly, it will open a window into alternate universes. Among the handful of attendees: dubious Senator Jackson Crenshaw, security office Colonel Sam Synn, and Presidential Science Adviser Dr. Karen Fast. But the demonstration goes horribly wrong, shaking their foundation as if struck by a quake. Once the dust clears, O'Hara knows she can kiss her funding goodbye – as well as their reality. For beyond the door of the Institute now stretches a new otherworldly dimension. Transported to an alternate alien universe, the unwitting travelers have a six-hour window to make their journey back home – and with a damaged cold-fusion machine, it won’t be easy. A more immediate threat comes when they realize they are not alone here. An army of enormous, clawed, acid-spitting predators are wreaking havoc with the team’s sanctuary and turning them one-by-one into alien chow. Forced to fend for themselves across this unknown landscape, the last remaining survivors must now use the ingenuity and courage to outwit, outplay, and outlast the creatures. But even if they stay alive, without a working transport, they may never make is back home at all. It’s the predators versus the humans in Ferocious Planet, a hardcore action adventure that takes viewers beyond anywhere they’ve been before.
Starring Joe Flanigan, John Rhys-Davies, Dagmar Döring
Director Billy O'Brien