THE SUPERDEEP Trailer (2021)

Official The Superdeep Movie Trailer 2021 | Subscribe ➤ | Artyom Tsukanov Movie Trailer | Release: 17 Jun 2021 on Shudder | More
The Kola Superdeep borehole is the largest Russian secret facility. In 1984, at the depth of more than 7 miles below the surface, unexplained sounds were recorded, resembling the screams and moans of numerous people. Since these events, the object has been closed. A small research team of scientists and military personnel had gone down below the surface to find out the secret that the world’s deepest borehole was hiding. What they have found poses the greatest threat that humanity has ever faced. Now the future of the world is in their hands.

The Superdeep rent/buy ➤
Most popular movies right now ➤
Most wanted movies of all time ➤

The Superdeep (2021) is the new science fiction movie starring Artyom Tsukanov, Milena Radulović and Nikita Dyuvbanov.

Note | #Superdeep #Trailer courtesy of Koch Media. | All Rights Reserved. | are affiliate-links. That add no additional cost to you, but will support our work through a small commission. | #KinoCheck®

23 replies
  1. The Jeb
    The Jeb says:

    Reminded me of Neill Blomkamp's Zygote, The Thing, Alien, and a sprinkle of Last of us/Resident Evil Village. But this movie was way more unsettling in its depiction of body horror. The soundtrack was on point too.

  2. R E
    R E says:

    For any one that wants to know.. GREAT movie! Deadspace meets well underground deadspace… Totally worth a watch. For people that are squeamish its not gory just so you know.

  3. Bhatt Hole
    Bhatt Hole says:

    Watched it. LOL! It's like the sort of films they used to roast on Mystery Science Theater. The dialog, English overdubs, and weird translations which didn't work, are funny af. Parts of it are unintentional comedy. Yet other parts, are trying very hard to be legit. Never seen anything like it before. Usually a film with writing so awful you can't help but laugh, are that way 100% through the film. This one is odd, parts were done pretty well, and then it gets really silly, then decent again. It's like the film had a half-dozen directors, ranging from 1st year student to experienced, and they flipped coins to see who got to direct which scene. A lot of parts had that "old Japanese film badly dubbed into English" vibe, where the voice sounds totally wrong, is mixed badly, and the translation just screams that it was done by someone who isn't too excellent at English.


Leave a Reply

Want to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *