hardcore3Experience a Sci-Fi Adventure film shot from the First Person Perspective. Starring Sharlto Copley.

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Every once in a while, a film will come along that will help ‘re-invent’ a particular genre for a new generation. These guys believe that Hardcore has a solid shot at pulling this off. And from what I’ve seen so far in first look video so far (see above), I’m pretty confident these guys can pull it off! In fact, I’ve already done my part and backed the project!

According to the creator, the film has already been shot and edited, and about to enter the post-production stage. They’re crowdfunding to complete the film to the highest standard possible. More details of how they intend to spend the funds are available via iwanthardcore.com.

So, what is HARDCORE?

HARDCORE is a modern, action Sci-Fi story about HENRY, a newly resurrected cyborg who must save his wife/creator ESTELLE (Haley Bennet) from the clutches of a psychotic tyrant with telekinetic powers, AKAN (Danila Kozlovsky), and his army of mercenaries.  Fighting alongside Henry is JIMMY (Sharlto Copley), who is Henry’s only hope to make it through the day. Hardcore takes place over the course of one day, in Moscow, Russia and it’s all shot in the same style as BAD MOTHERFUCKER to be released in cinemas worldwide.

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Like what you see? Don’t forget to support the world’s first action film to be shot 100% from the hero’s perspective via indiegogo.com! (The campaign closes on 6 December 2014)

Be sure to scroll down to watch the original short film “Bad Motherfucker” that started it all, clocking in at 24 million views to date.

This is the first feature film shot almost entirely on a GoPro, using a custom designed camera rig that allows for a very natural and intensely personal experience.


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Yonk is a geek who is fortunate enough to have an equally geeky Star Wars fan for a wife, who owns a LEGO Millennium Falcon encased in a glass coffee table as their home's centre-piece.