Deep Space (1987)

Deep Space





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Movie Info

Actually set on earth, Deep Space concerns a demonic alien which devours humans and terrorizes a small town. After killing a police officer, the creature is stalked by the cop's vengeful partner (Charles Napier).

Rating: R
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror
Directed By:
Written By: T.L. Lankford, Fred Olen Ray
On DVD: Apr 14, 1988
Trans World Entertainment



as Detective Macliamor

as Jerry

as Captain Robertson

as Carla Sanborn

as Elaine Wentworth

as Dr. Forsyth

as Gen. Randolph

as Dr. Rogers

as Hawkins
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Fred Olen Ray strikes again. You've been warned.

November 4, 2002

Audience Reviews for Deep Space


(1988 Director: Fred Olen Ray) Loved this very B movie...starring Charles Napier as a detective who has amazing dumb luck! While others surrounding him,including James Booth (Barney Miller) are picked off one by one by the gooey tentacled mysterious "monster" which is actually a biological weapon loossed as the satellite containing it unexpectedly crashes to earth. Fun role of an elderly ho bo who is the sole surviro among his band of ho bo's played by Norman Burton. Watch it for the melodramatic fun AND to see Julie Newmar as a psychic who is trying to warn the police about this otherwordly menace!

Teresa S

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For an Alien rip off this isn't very entertaining though I love the idea of putting cliche semi-buddy cop characters into the mix of an alien threat on earth and the occasional cheese one liner and that's the problem: occasional. From the humor, to the alien, to everything else we get too many bit parts that aren't enough

Sean N

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