Altered Hours

The sci-fi film Altered Hours -- which was mostly shot in Albany -- is now available via outlets such as iTunes and Amazon's Prime Video. Plot blurbage:

Recovering addict Will Parker experiments with 'Z', a black-market sleeping serum, in order to cure his insomnia. Instead, the drug sends Will's consciousness tripping through time one day into the future, where he's the prime suspect in the disappearance of a young girl he hasn't even met - yet. Surrounded by drug dealers, mad scientists and a hooded figure stalking his every move, Will must piece together the mysteries of his future - and face his harrowing past - before time runs out.

The trailer's embedded above. It includes a bunch of shots that are clearly from Albany. (And the film poster includes the Albany skyline.) The director, Bruce Wemple, is a Bethlehem High School grad.

You might remember that the film had a screening at The Madison last March as The Tomorrow Paradox. Here's a quick review by Sara Foss after she caught it there.

Earlier: Movies that filmed in -- or were set in -- the Capital Region

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