Where did this film come from?! I finally caught up with a sci-fi feature called The Osiris Child , originally titled Science Fiction Volume One: The Osiris Child in full. This film is way, way, way better than it should be, and left me totally blown away. It’s not perfect by any means, but it is extremely impressive storytelling, with some cool ideas I have never seen before in any film. I can’t speak for others who don’t like it, but I can say this is exactly the kind of sci-fi I love. It’s remarkably ambitious storytelling on a galactic scale, created on a minimal budget, utilizing some sleek filmmaking tricks that actually make this successful. The world building (or rather, universe building) in this rivals Luc Besson’s Valerian , and in all honesty, upon first viewing I actually like this more than Valerian . I really, really enjoyed it – but I do not think everyone will. The Osiris Child is set in the distant future during a time of interplanetary colonization that spans across numerous galaxies. It takes place mostly on another planet that looks very much like Earth (not so much like Pandora), though that didn’t […]