DOOM: ANNIHILATION Receives its First Trailer

A new DOOM Movie?

DOOM: ANNIHILATION Recieves its First Trailer

DOOM: ANNIHILATION Receives its First Trailer

Need another DOOM reboot in your life? Yes? Well... this is probably not what you are looking for. Yes, id Software's iconic DOOM series is getting made into another movie. 

Universal Studios has released their first trailer for DOOM: Annihilation, a direct-to-video movie which is based in the DOOM universe. The trailer is titled "We Call it Hell", and showcases a team of soldiers as they are sent to a Martian moon base after a portal is opened to hell. Demonic creatures have overrun the base and "threaten to create hell on earth". 

The movie will release on Fall 2019 and comes from director Tony Giglio, who has previously directed S.W.A.T.: Under Siege, Extraction and Soccer Dog: The Movie. Plot-wise, the movie is what you should expect, a portal has been opened to hell and that's bad. It's not much, but it has been more than enough to keep gamers interested during the series' long history, that said, there is probably a reason why this movie is getting a "direct-to-video" release.  


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Most Recent Comments

11-03-2019, 19:40:37

That looks terrible, I can already guess that the 5 foot 90 pound girl is going to pull a mary sue and save the day.Quote

12-03-2019, 06:26:07

Damien c
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
That looks terrible, I can already guess that the 5 foot 90 pound girl is going to pull a mary sue and save the day.
Soon as I saw her I switched it off.

Nothing against Female Lead characters but when you have someone who looks like that, supposedly being some kind of bad ass holding a weapon that is almost as big as she is, it just doesn't work.

Not to mention it looks like it's low budget B-rated film those ones that use to just release straight to VHS.

The previous Doom Film with Dwayne Johnson in it, wasn't great but at least the people in that had some size to them and the effort put in to it, to make it look as good as it did helped the film to be better than it was.

I will keep an eye on this, and may watch it but it's not looking like it's going to get much traction with Doom fans in my opinion.Quote

12-03-2019, 07:23:35

This looks promising! Promising to be a huge failure!

I agree with you guys above me!Quote

12-03-2019, 17:42:18

Awful just awful!Quote

12-03-2019, 19:07:11


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