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form y separately published work icon Nine Miles Down single work   film/TV   horror   science fiction   thriller  
Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Nine Miles Down
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Security patrolman Thomas Jackman battles through a sandstrom to find out why all contact with a drilling station has been lost. Built for gas exploration and then abandoned, the station has been taken over by a multi-national research team intent on drilling as deeply as possible into the Earth's crust. But why have all the scientists disappeared? All, that is, but one female survivor ...

The film is a British, American, Hungarian, and Australian co-production, credited to production companies Silverback Films, Gone to Hell, A-Mark Entertainment, Cometstone Pictures, Instinctive Film, Parallel Media, and Picture Media, but distrubuted worldwide by Seven Arts Pictures.


  • The trailer for this film is available to view via YouTube: (Sighted: 14/6/2012)

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