Watch: Short Film 'Traveler' Will Blow Your Science Fiction Mind!

By Brad Repka on Jan 14, 2016 02:02 PM EST

Have you ever wanted to make a teleporting spacecraft with your friends? Well, this is the premise of Traveler, a short film that will take you to the far reaches of the galaxy and essentially warp your mind. Check out the film here, and prepare to be intrigued.

There is a lot to take in during this short 4-minute film. This is for every science fiction lover out there. The premise is simple: A group of friends have build a ship that is designed to jump through time and space. When they test it out, things seem to work perfectly, or do they?

Check out the film below:

This lovely web gem was created by Simon Brown, and it really looks great. You can see more of his stuff at There is not really much in the film, but the synopsis has a lot more meat in it. "When a group of friends discover a secret code on the dark-web, they build a jet-powered craft to attempt jumping to the far side of our galaxy. But when they succeed, they unwittingly open up earth to the 'aware' - civilizations who are advanced enough to 'jump' through space. Earth sits at a crucial way-point in the universe and has been targeted for illegal colonization. Only our adventurers can stop this - if they prove to the galactic council how nefarious the security chief's plans are. Such a quest will take them to the far edges of the galaxies and the far-flung worlds there."

I really love the 1980's science fiction styled synth soundtrack. It fits this style of film. The acting isn't great, but the film itself is amazing. The synopsis of the film hints that there is more to this story that what you see on the screen. There is a great premise here. Does the elaborate synopsis mean that there may be a lot more to this project in the future? Simon, get on it, I am ready for more please.

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