Once upon a time Australia was a hotbed of genre filmmaking bringing horror, action, sci-fi and more to the screen with an unparalleled sense of enthusiasm and energy. The high point ran through the ’70s and ’80s (covered affectionately in the entertaining as hell documentary, Not Quite Hollywood), but since then it’s been a fairly slow trickle of releases. Recent years have seen a step up in frequency and quality of crime films, thanks in large part to the Edgerton brothers’ Blue Tongue Films, and straight up horror, thanks in large part to large crocodiles, but what about the dark nuggets of sci-fi weirdness? Enter the Crawlspace. A military research facility in Australia goes silent so an elite squad of soldiers is sent in to investigate. As is prone to happen in top secret military labs doing god knows what with their experiments… things go a wee bit awry.