Anti Matter

Anti Matter

By Keir Burrows

  • Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • Release Date: 2017-09-08
  • Advisory Rating: Unrated
  • Runtime: 1h 45min
  • Director: Keir Burrows
  • Production Company: Cast Iron Picture Co., The
  • Production Country: United Kingdom
  • iTunes Price: USD 9.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 4.99
From 26 Ratings


Anti Matter is a sci-fi noir take on Alice in Wonderland tale. Ana, an Oxford PhD student finds herself unable to build new memories following an experiment to generate and travel through a wormhole. The story follows her increasingly desperate efforts to understand what happened, and to find out who – or what - is behind the rising horror in her life.




  • Great Ride!

    By Squelchy1887
    Such an interesting fun ride and always good to see a female lead.
  • Inherent of Ray Bradbury’s earliest verk.

    By silastja
    Worm-made manholes.
  • Terrible

    By JuiceBurger
    This movie was absolutely terrible. The artwork on the cover is misleading. The storyline was ridiculous as was the ending. Avoid
  • We don't get enough of these anymore!

    By Ouijibored
    I vote you watch it. It's a form of movie we don't get enough access to anymore. I haven't read a book or seen a movie in years that left the mystery wide open enough to keep us guessing through most of it. This one did it for me. Maybe it won't for others, but it's scifi and mystery and it has an ending that computes no matter how lost you may feel in the middle of it.
  • Interesting...3.5 stars for a good low budget effort.

    By 4saken55
    First, do not be misled by the poster. This depiction creates the false sense that hellish forces (in the form of destructive antimatter) have been unleashed. Wrong. Actually, the plot has absolutely nothing to do with antimatter, whatsoever. The premise is creative and interesting, but far more benign than you may imagine. Worth seeing and contemplating.
  • Misleading Poster/Picture

    By London017
    So, the picture for this movie makes it seem like it's sci-fi horror/action flick. It's really not--It's a science based revolves around scientiests. Low budget, indie flick--pretty good story, but may not be worth the $4.99 rental fee. If you like Dr. Who, or X-Files, it would be the equivolent of a very good standalone story/episode, with a smart plot, in one of those shows. If you're a science nerd (not sci-fi nerd), you'll really dig it.
  • Sci-Fi coup

    By your average movie buff
    I don’t see the link between anti matter and man-made wormholes; the latter providing the premise for Anti Matter. That aside, I enjoyed the suspense throughout this movie, and I’ll lie awake toning wondering if knowledge and the soul have weight. Good acting, fresh faces and a reasonable Sci-Fi script made me wish I had purchased this movie instead of renting it.
  • Actually pretty good, and I'm hard to please

    By ZanyButterflier
    But I enjoyed the actors, all with faces you love to look at without being Hollywood pretty, all steering clear of easy acting tropes. Working with a low budget, filmmakers avoided having the technology look fake and cheesy by setting story in past when tech was more rusty and clunky. And somehow this movie got me to buy into it's random-breakthrough premise and enjoy the dark ride. Maybe Brits are just better
  • Ugh. Just, no.

    By chadequate
    The “twist” is immediately evident, followed by an hour of scattershot scenes trying way too hard to be clever, ending with the reveal that you suspected from the very beginning. Sub-par student level film making here. Do not waste your time.