The Fight for Humanity’s Survival is Continued by a Star-Studded Cast, Occupation: Rainfall is a film produced by Saban Films.
Occupation: Rainfall, which was released in the United States by Saban Films, has continuously topped the rankings on Netflix, iTunes, and HBOMax. The New York Times recently reported on the fact that “Sparke’s action film boasts enormous, epic set pieces and nods to Starship Troopers, Crimson Tide, and Independence Day. The initial battle, which is worth watching in and of itself, takes place in a raging, wrecked Sydney and features aircraft dogfights, frantic gun battles, and a killer comet “.. Sequels are currently being developed.
The highly anticipated sequel to Occupation (2018) follows up two years after an alien invasion of Earth, with survivors fighting back in a desperate ground war in Sydney, Australia. As the death toll rises, the resistance and its unexpected allies unearth a conspiracy that could bring the battle to a final conclusion. The race to save humanity is on as alien invaders are hell-bent on making Earth their new home.
“made by Australia’s indie answer to Michael Bay”
The Hollywood News
Sparke Films and Saban have announced the transaction and subscription based release of Luke Sparke’s space invasion action packed sequel Occupation: Rainfall. The follow up to Occupation, released in 2018, Rainfall is headlined by an incredible cast: Ken Jeong (Crazy Rich Asians, The Hangover trilogy), Temuera Morrison (“The Book of Boba Fett”, Aquaman), Daniel Gillies (“The Originals”, “Vampire Diaries”), Dan Ewing (Love and Monsters), Dena Kaplan (“Dance Academy”), Mark Coles Smith (Last Cab To Darwin), Jet Tranter (Thor: Ragnarök), Lawrence Makoare (The Lord Of The Rings franchise), David Roberts (The Matrix franchise), Vince Colosimo (Chopper), Zac Garred (“General Hospital”), Trystan Go (“The Family Law”), and Jason Isaacs (the Harry Potter series, Mass) as the voice of Steve the Alien.
Occupation: Rainfall is presently available on iTunes, Amazon Video, Netflix, Vudu, Comcast, Spectrum, and Cox, among other digital and cable platforms.