An insane journey. The action starts not even a minute in and does not let up. 30 minutes later you'll be asking yourself, "is this the same film I was watching 30 minutes ago?" You'll do the same an hour in, and again, and again with greater frequency! Seriously this film has everything: High budget sets, low budget sets, no budget left sets, space walks, space bats, space sphicters within a giant space metaphor, not-vampire not-clothed space ladies, dry not-zombie vampires, wet not-zombie vampires, long walks through the countryside, endless psychic techno-jargon laced exposition, the exorcism of Captain Picard, chaos in the streets (complete with Ghostbusters style special effects), exploding miniatures, highlander swords, martial law, true love and, of course, the impending nuclear strike of London. Then, before any drawn out final exposition can screw things up by attempting to reel back in the truly manic plot, the credits roll. An ideal horror film experience if ever there was.