Oblivion (Welcome to Oblivion) (1994)





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The son (Richard Joseph Paul) of a slain sheriff must deal with a reptilian outlaw in this futuristic Western spoof. Jackie Swanson. Redeye: Andrew Divoff. Stell: Meg Foster. Buteo: Jimmie Skaggs. Gaunt: Carel Struycken. Lash: Musetta Vander. Doc Valentine: George Takei. Miss Kitty: Julie Newmar. Directed by Sam Irwin.
Action & Adventure , Documentary , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Special Interest , Western
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Full Moon


Andrew Divoff
as Redeye
Meg Foster
as Stell
George Takei
as Doc Valentine
Julie Newmar
as Miss Kitty
Tim Miller
as Stinking Turncoat
Isaac Hayes
as Buster
Frank Roman
as Wormhole
Jeff Moldovan
as Spanner
Mike Genovese
as Marshall Stone
Sam Irvin
as Whipping Boy
Peter David
as Cowhand
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Critic Reviews for Oblivion (Welcome to Oblivion)

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Full Review… | April 30, 2009
AV Club
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April 15, 2009
New York Times
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Full Review… | April 14, 2009
Village Voice
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September 25, 2008
Hollywood Reporter
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Full Review… | March 31, 1994
New York Post
Top Critic

It's definitely a banner Full Moon genre entry deserving of its cult status...

Full Review… | January 3, 2014
Cinema Crazed

Audience Reviews for Oblivion (Welcome to Oblivion)


gets that rating cause some of it is just really stupid-funny, plus it has a frog-crab puppet that is quite amazing. But it also doesn't do any favors to Peter David's script, which is only halfway decent anyway. Thankfully George Takei is there to partly save the day, if only for his scenes.

Jack Gattanella
Jack Gattanella

88% And this is where RT bans me for life. "The right world view, the worng world."-Zack Stone (Richard Joseph Paul) Before there was COWBOYS AND ALIENS, there was OBLIVION, a fun, tongue in cheek tale of cowboys and aliens. The movie knows what it is and embraces it with loving arms. My secound favorite (can't beat PUPPET MASTER) movie to come from the Full Moon company. Great B-movie cast of charactor actors. "Jim...Beam me up."-Doc Valentine (George Takei)

FilmGrinder Stone
FilmGrinder Stone

What is there to say about this movie? Not really alot, I knew it was going to be bad, but I remembered it from my childhood. So I have to see it again, no matter how bad it might be. The Good: Well it was made by Full Moon, they've done some decent strait to video releases. Well I thought they did, I watched those movies when I was young and dumb. Now I'm older and slightly less dumb, so looking back on those movies has really made me lose the respect I once had. The Bad: Actually everthing, there is not one thing I liked alot. The story just feels pieced together, you know where its going to go. This seems like it was wrote for a fifth grade class project. The style is interesting, but falls flat with all the terrible acting. The Ugly: The make-up. Well its not bad, but Red Eye's make-up is pretty ugly, its one of the things I liked. The claymation was pretty nice also. I'm not sure what to say, but don't watch this movie, unless you really want to know how bad it is.

Chris Sparks
Chris Sparks

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