When a military transport crash lands on a war torn planet competing factions seek the last, lost stockpile of the illicit psychic-power enhancing drug Psylenol. Set against a backdrop that combines the apocalyptic world view of the Mad Max trilogy with the lawless antihero psychology of the Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns, Planetfall packs a visual effects packed science fiction punch!
Features cameo appearances by legendary B-Movie actor Ted V Miklas, Tyrel Ventura (son of former pro wrestler and Minnesota Governor Jesse "The Body" Ventura) and John Levene (Dr. Who).
An engaging dust-and-blood Epic of gorilla filmmaking that suspends disbelief, merging hard-boiled noir and apocalyptic action set peces with the reomanticised vision of violence found in the Spaghetti Westerns of the 70's. Planetfall is sure to become a hit of the genre underground. -- by William P. Simmons, sexgoremutants.co.uk
It's a go-for-broke no budget indie production so loaded with charm, style, and plenty of fun that not even do the hiccups not matter, but they only make you love the movie even more..."Planetfall" is scrappy, crazy, and always big fun. And how terrific to see a project like this get such a lavish, loaded DVD presentation. Highly Recommended to anyone interested in something outside the Hollywood norm. -- by David Cornelius, DVDtalk.com, February 19, 2007
One of those great rarities, the science fiction / western hybrid, comes roaring out of Heretic with Planetfall, a movie as good as it is rare. -- by Steve Anderson, REEL ADVICE, movieweb.com, March 7th, 2007
Planetfall, the Sci-Fi western with a touch of comic relief has dialog that's widely palatable and has lots to offer for all audiences. DVD Collectors looking for special features with every release need not look any further. General audiences will enjoy the deleted scenes. Although I'd be hard pressed to nail Planetfall as a cult film, I recommend Planetfall, quirks and all. -- by Ron Cotton, 10kbullets.com, February 11, 2007
The set design...and look of the film were really well done and went a long way towards giving the film it's special and highly memorable look. -- by Duane L. Martin, roguecinema.com, February 1, 2007