‘Fighting The Sky’ Invades North America In February

High Octane Pictures sends word that their otherworldly sci-fi/horror film Fighting The Sky is set to invade North America next month. The High Octane peeps were kind enough to send along a trailer, poster and release info, which we’re happy to share with you.

Check out the trailer below, then read on for all the details!

Fighting The Sky Synopsis

Strange otherworldly sounds are echoing around the world. A group of researchers, led by expert ufologist Lorraine Gardner, begin an expedition to track down the point of origin from which the sounds emerge. Yet as their journey deepens, they begin to discover more than they bargained for.

Honduran filmmaker Conrad Faraj (Little Thieves 2015) directed Fighting The Sky and co-wrote the screenplay with David Matthew Cummings (Welcome Home 2009). The movie stars Angela Cole (The Black Room 2016), Roger Conners (Hellementary: An Education in Death 2009 – read our interview with him here), Matthew Ward (Young Harvest 2013), The Wind is Watching’s (2014) Nicole Ann Hicks, Brianna Burke, Logan Roberts, Bailey Weaver, Alison Headrick (Reaper 2015), Jinette and Judith Faraj (Little Thieves 2013), Ed Conrad (Colony 52 2017), and Larry Cahill (You Will Go Darker 2016). This alien invasion story features high end visual effects from Corey McCauley (Tusk 2014, Don’t Kill It 2016).

Here’s a look at the official poster art!

Fighting The Sky

Fighting the Sky comes to digital platforms and DVD on February 5 from High Octane Pictures.

This looks cool! I’m always up for a good alien invasion story. Aren’t you? What did you think of the trailer? Will you check out the movie on demand or DVD? Tell us in the comments!

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