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Imminent Arrival: short scifi film (video: in full).

Imminent Arrival, a short science fiction film by Justin Kruse, is now available online, and it’s a must-watch for any sci-fi enthusiast.

The film centers around Richard James, better known as “Reaper Rick,” a red-blooded, paranoid country man with a long history of military service. His distrust of the government has led him to a life off the grid, his only connections to the outside world being his favorite cable news network and his HAM radio, through which he communicates with his good buddy, “Squinty Joe.”

Rick and Joe’s daily conversations revolve around the latest wild conspiracy theories, each trying to outdo the other with tales of the latest gear or best doomsday prep. In their minds, the apocalypse is imminent, and it’s only logical to have a solid plan in place.

“Imminent Arrival” is a blend of sci-fi, drama, and comedy. It’s a day in the life of Rick, but it’s no ordinary day. His intense paranoia becomes a reality during one of the most bizarre days of his life. The film masterfully balances humor and tension, creating a narrative that is as entertaining as it is thought-provoking.

Justin Kruse’s direction brings the story to life with a keen eye for detail and a knack for capturing the nuances of his characters. The film’s rural setting serves as the perfect backdrop for the unfolding drama, and the performances are top-notch, making “Imminent Arrival” a standout in the realm of short sci-fi films.

So, if you’re in the mood for a film that combines conspiracy theories, doomsday prepping, and a healthy dose of humor, “Imminent Arrival” is the film for you. It’s a testament to the power of indie filmmaking and a reminder that sometimes, the most outlandish theories might not be so far from the truth.

Imminent Arrival: short scifi film (video: in full).
Imminent Arrival: short scifi film (video: in full).


Colonel Frog is a long time science fiction and fantasy fan. He loves reading novels in the field, and he also enjoys watching movies (as well as reading lots of other genre books).

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