Here’s the official description of this film from the fine folks at October Coast: “Weekend campers, an escaped convict, young lovers and a police officer experience a night of terror when a hostile visitor from another world descends on a small Arizona town.”
As for the title of this film, it doesn’t make sense until the end, which comes out of nowhere for a movie that up until then has felt like Without Warning 2020.
We covered director Joseph Mbah’s film Expo on the site and as I was looking back on it, I remember that I called out that that film had more than ten minutes of credits. This one started with nearly three and ends with eleven minutes or more. So, if you love credits, good news!
I really liked the design of the alien monster in this, which felt very 1950’s science fiction. I was expecting to not see any creatures in this, so I was pleasantly surprised to have so many creature effects.
Battlefield 2025 is available on demand from Uncork’d Entertainment, who was nice enough to send us a copy to review.