The sci-fi genre is at it's best with imaginative directors who make the best out of what they have. The mystery of how this film came to be is almost as great as the mystery the film is all about. This is the directorial debut from Andrew Patterson and it cost less than a million dollars to make, which is unheard of considering how well received it has been. It's the type of film I dream to be apart of one day. And in honesty I think more money would have took away the charm. Patterson plays to the strengths of his story and his actors, which don't require any special effects or stunt scenes. The mystery is built through sound, expression, and sheer imagination. At moments in this film the screen is simply black as we listen to a man, Billy, tell his story of working on a secret military base that he believed housed a UFO. It's these types of intimate moments that make this film such a great experience. Do yourself a favor, make some popcorn, turn on your 50's radio, and tune in on this wonderful story of mystery in a small town, New Mexico.