Exclusive | Scientists Reanimate the Dead in a Clip From 'The Phoenix Project'

Film Buff has provided SPINOFF with an exclusive clip from The Phoenix Project, writer/director Tyler Graham Pavey's sci-fi drama about four young scientists who attempt to reanimate dead organisms using a machine they invented in a garage.

Debuting Friday in select theaters and on VOD, the film stars Corey Rieger, Andrew Simpson, David Pesta and Orson Ossman, who discover that, as the machine exceeds their wildest expectations and promises to challenge the very nature of existence, the project's success comes with consequences. In the clip below, the scientists find the first sign that their experiment may actually work.

The Phoenix Project is available for preorder on iTunes. A list of theaters can be found on the film's website.

Four young scientists work to craft a machine to reanimate deceased organisms. As the project develops, the machine exceeds their wildest expectations, creating boundless possibilities that challenge the very nature of human existence. However, success with this experiment comes at a price, as ulterior motives and reckless abandon lead to consequences none of them could predict. As their time and resources fade, this team of visionary scientists must face the realities of the task they have set out for themselves, bringing the dead back to life.

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