WHO’S IN IT?
Jonny Weston (John Dies at the End), Sofia Black D’Elia (All My Children), Amy Landecker (A Serious Man), Michelle DeFraites (Pregnancy Pact), Virginia Gardner (The Goldbergs), Sam Lerner (Monster House), Patrick Johnson (Endless Love), Gary Grubbs (JFK), Allen Evangelista (Mozart and the Whale), Katie Garfield (Stuck in Love)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Dean Israelite (film debut), director; Andrew Deutschman (film debut) and Jason Pagan (film debut), writers; Michael Bay (Transformers), Andrew Form (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and Bradley Fuller (The Purge), producers; Matthew J. Lloyd (Robot & Frank), cinematographer; Martin Bernfeld (Piranha 3DD) and Julian Clarke (District 9), editors
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
A group of teenagers come across plans for a time machine, build it and consistently use it to travel back in time for their own personal needs. However, when it soon becomes apparent that their constant interfering with time is having a negative effect on the rest of the universe, they must find a way to travel back and make sure they never invent the machine in the first place…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Producer Michael Bay puts his touch onto a time-travelling adventure for the target teen audience to soak up (which, thinking about it, isn’t a very good reason for why you SHOULD be excited, but that’s honestly all we could come up with – you have been warned).