Posted on Friday, February 12th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
It’s probably a good thing that time travel doesn’t exist in the real world because we’d all be dead by now. Well, dead or vanished into thin air, Back to the Future-style. As cinema has shown us, nothing good has ever come from galavanting across the timeline. If your parents aren’t trying to get in your pants, you’re creating horrifying alternate futures by stepping on butterflies or getting gunned down in airport terminals in front of your younger self. If you build a time machine in the movies, you’re in for a pretty bad time.
Unfortunately, no one bothered to tell the characters at the center of Paradox that messing with the space time continuum is almost always a bad move. The trailer for his new low-budget science fiction thriller has arrived it looks to adds a few new points the whole “time travel is bad and you should never do it” thesis.