R | | Horror, Sci-Fi
A commercial transport ship and its crew are marooned on a planet full of bloodthirsty creatures that only come out to feast at night. But then, they learn that a month-long eclipse is about to occur.
They say most of your brain shuts down in cryo-sleep. All but the primitive side, the animal side. No wonder I'm still awake. Transporting me with civilians. Sounded like 40, 40-plus. Heard an Arab voice. Some hoodoo holy man, probably on his way to...
We see the suns rise, so the planet rotates. So the only way it could have eternal light is if the suns were consistently opposite each other. But then there would be no way for a single planet to eclipse it.
It is also hard to see how even the eternal light could work in a gravitationally feasible system. It would have to be at their point of common rotation, assuming that was stable.
The persons and events in this production are fictitious. No similarity to actual persons or predators, living or dead, is intended or should be inferred.
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