172 Hours on the Moon

9 Feb

by Johan Harstad

Drivel. Horror fiction masquerading as science fiction, capitalizing on the fear of the unknown in space to eek out yet one more story of the human fear of the unknown in general. But this juxtaposition of the supernatural, teen scream movies, and the classic space exploration story just ends up being awkward and confused, never really figuring out what sort of story it is and what sort of message it wants to deliver. Other than “avoid any challenges or new horizons. Best to stay home and crawl under a rock.”

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