Deep Space

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A surprisingly slick flick from Emperor of Exploitation Fred Olen Ray, the story (which Ray co-wrote with T.L. Lankford, borrowing heavily from the director's earlier Biohazard) begins when a satellite carrying top-secret bio-engineered mutants plummets to Earth and disgorges its slavering contents in a scrap-yard outside Los Angeles. Hot on the beast's slimy trail are a pair of L.A. cops (Russ Meyer-veteran Charles Napier and the miscast Ann Turkel), who butt heads with their chief (Bo Svenson), the military, and the scientists who bred the monster -- until the inevitable confrontation, which features a no-holds-barred grudge match between the toothy slime-demon and a chainsaw-wielding Napier. Campy, fun performances by the talented leads (especially Julie Newmar as a psychic who assists the investigation) elevate this material far beyond the limitations of its hoary premise and Alien-esque monster.

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  • Mar 21, 2010
    (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!
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