Slow burning but excellent psychological thriller,
This review is from: Moon [DVD]  (DVD)"Moon" isn't really a sci-fi movie at all. It's more a study of humanity that happens to take place in space. At the start of the movie we see Sam (Sam Rockwell) working alone on the dark side of the moon. He is the sole human present, in charge of a mining operation. He is helped by Gerty, a computer voiced by Kevin Spacey.
He is coming towards the end of his three-year contract and can't wait to get home to see his wife and child. His loneliness has been worsened due to a problem with communications from Earth to the base, meaning that he can only receive and send recorded video messages.
Then he starts seeing mysterious figures inside and outside of the base. It's obvious that all is not as it seems.
Revealing any more would give away the plot. Suffice it to say "Moon" is an excellent slow-burn psychological thriller that has plenty of twists and turns in its ninety minutes. Rockwell is very good as the bewildered worker.
Definitely worth a viewing.