Witness An Epic Battle For Earth In ‘Occupation: Rainfall’ – Out Now

March 1, 2022

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

Kelli Marchman McNeely - Horror Fuel CEO & Executive Producer Email: [email protected]


A star-studded cast fights to save earth in the post-apocalyptic action-thriller Occupation: Rainfall – out now.


Occupation: Rainfall picks up two years into the intergalactic invasion of the earth with survivors in Sydney, Australia fighting back in a desperate ground war. As casualties mount by the day, the resistance and their unexpected allies uncover a plot that could see the war come to a decisive end. With the Alien invaders hell-bent on making earth their new home, the race is on to save mankind.


Occupation: Rainfall stars Ken Jeong (Crazy Rich Asians, The Hangover Trilogy), Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter), Daniel Gillies (“The Originals”, “Vampire Diaries”), Dan Ewing (Love and Monsters), Dena Kaplan (Dance Academy), Temuera Morrison (Aquaman), Mark Coles Smith (Last Cab To Darwin), Jet Tranter (Thor Ragnarok), Lawrence Makoare (The Lord Of The Rings), David Roberts (The Matrix 2 & 3), Vince Colosimo (Chopper), Zac Garred (“General Hospital”), and Trystan Go (“The Family Law”).


Directed by Luke Sparke, the film features effects by the same Australian teams and artists that were a part of Thor: Ragnarok, I am Mother, and Spider-Man: Homecoming. And is one of the biggest productions to ever be filmed in Australia.


Entirely filmed on the Gold Coast, the film is produced by mother and daughter duo Carly and Carmel Imrie (Occupation, Red Billabong) and co-executive produced by Todd Williams (The Nun, Alex and Me). Monster Pictures are distributors across Australia and New Zealand. Film Mode Entertainment has sales rights outside Australia and New Zealand.


Witness the epic battle for the earth in Occupation: Rainfall available now on Digital and cable platforms, Netflix, Prime Video, iTunes, and HBO Max, from Saban Films.



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