Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse aligns the stars on SyFy!

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[adrotate banner=”1″]August 16th has seen the rescheduling of original film Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse. The film was originally slated to premiiere in April, but was pushed back and replaced by Bermuda Tentacles. But baring any other last-minute replacement, Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse should finally get its moment in the sun.

A museum curator gets more than she bargained for when an ancient astrology board shows up at work… an ancient astrology board that could DESTROY THE WORLD!

Damn, astrology is more dangerous than I thought! Must be the fault of those darn Scorpios! Trust me when I say this is sort of intriguing in a weird sort of way. Here’s hoping it just doesn’t turn out to be something stupid! This is the first original film after the whole Sharknado Week promotion, and maybe it means we’ll get some more regular SyFy original movie action! Or they’re just filling an empty slot on the schedule.

The film stars Joel Gretsch, Christopher Lloyd, Aaron Douglas, and Andrea Brooks. Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse is directed by W.D. Hogan (Independence Daysaster) and written by newcomer David Sanderson.

6 thoughts on “Zodiac: Signs of the Apocalypse aligns the stars on SyFy!

  1. Terrible. As bad as Daysaster. Worse. Too bad Canadian films are so easily recognized from the get-go. Aaron Douglas was pretty good in BSG, but he’s just delivering cheese now. The plot is thin, and the lines are trite. It’s just lot of pretty people who should stick to soap operas, where melodrama is the m.o.

  2. Absolute garbage of a movie. Bad acting, bad script, bad directing, bad soundtrack, bad storyline,good looking girls though and not too bad special effects for a Canadian movie. Should have kept the brunette so the father could have had a girl too and they would have to do the Adam and Eve thing to continue mankind with Christopher Lloyd as the drunk grandfather.

    • The more angry comments this movie gets, the more likely people are going to check it out. I had forgotten all about it, but now it is back on my radar. Maybe luckily for me I don’t really have the time to squeeze this one in anytime soon.

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