Debug (2014) – By Jason S. Lockard

In space no one can hear you scream! There is something frightening about the vastness of space and the distance from help if you need it. Now a new sci-fi film from Ketchup Entertainment Debug.

This film follows a team of criminal computer hackers who are sentenced to government service. There task remove a malfunctioning spaceship system of viruses and to reboot it back into working order. Simple right? It’s never that simple! When they arrive they soon realize that the system has become a self-aware intety named Iam, played by Jason Momoa and he doesn’t take kindly to intruders. Will they get out alive? You’ll have to watch the film to find out.

The story moves well, the acting is pretty good, nothing outstanding. The ending is a bit predictable. There are a couple of good startling scenes and Jason Momoa take on the villian is kind of frightening in a weird way.

So if you love space epics! Films that take place far beyond our world. This may just be the film for you. Head over to your local DVD provider or to and pick up your copy today.

Moral Rating: profanity, violence and sexual content
Audience: adults
Genre: horror, scifi, drama, action
DVD Time: 86 minutes
DVD Released: 2015
Rating: B