DEUS (2022) Preview of sci-fi mystery thriller



Deus is a 2022 British science fiction mystery thriller film about a strange sphere found in space that emits one word: God.

Written and directed by Steve Stone (Point of Death aka In ExtremisSchismEntity). Produced by Julian Hicks, Alan Latham, Thomas Mattinson and Kit Monkman.

The movie stars Claudia Black, Lisa Eichhorn, David O’Hara (Cowboys and Aliens), Phil Davis, Crystal Yu, Branko Tomovic, Richard Blackwood, Charlie MacGechan and Sophia Pettit.


Astronauts are sent to investigate when a mysterious dark sphere is discovered orbiting Mars. Waking from an eight-month hibernation aboard their vessel, the Achilles, they discover the sphere is actually a blinding light from which one word is repeatedly transmitted in over four thousand languages: God.

The stunned and frightened crew face a series of bewildering questions. Will their encounter with ‘God’ drag them to the edge of insanity? Will the Achilles’crew be the first humans in history to retrieve proof of God’s existence? If so, what does this mean for science, for them, and for humankind?”



Darkland Distribution, an imprint of Parkland Entertainment, has picked up Deus for distribution and will release the film in both the UK and North America.

Cast and characters:

Claudia Black … Karla Grey
Lisa Eichhorn … Mother
David O’Hara … Ulph
Phil Davis … Vance
Crystal Yu … Tez Turreau
Branko Tomovic … Si Rubin
Richard Blackwood … Sen Paul
Charlie MacGechan … Sean Walsh
Sophia Pettit … Jess


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Initial source: Variety

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