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Christopher Webster [Celluloid 09.12.15] scifi horror comedy

When you're working in ultra-low budget film you have two choices: You can do something as small as possible, contain the story and make the most of your budget, or you can do what Aliens Vs. Titanic does and throw everything you possible can at the screen and have a sense of humour about it.

This is pure goofy gonzo absurdity, but by the time you get to the end of the trailer you're sort of enamoured by how dumb and how fun it all is. It's Troma level craziness with a hint of Corman.

Offering only the finest amenities, the ‘TITAN 1C’ space-cruiser is considered the most luxurious star-liner ever built. Future spring-breakers on board are excited to be touring through space with some of the world’s elite.

A sudden meteor storm smashes into the hull, and a deadly biological alien life-form is let loose on the ship. Seeking a suitable host, the retrovirus successfully merges with some the passengers, transforming them into seemingly invincible predators with the “touch of death”. As the ship is destroyed, the surviving passengers crash on a remote planet, and they learn that one of them is “infected”. They must quickly band together before it has a chance to slaughter them all.

I don't think this movie has any kind of release date, but for now here's as much so bad it's goodness we have.

Recommended Release: Troma's War

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donc48 (7 years ago) Reply

Somebody help me with this. I see special effects that would have made Dr. Who in the 1970's look 21st century state of the art. I see so, so acting, and a plot that would make a gargoyle jump. Somebody help me see the genius.


Michael Allen (7 years ago) Reply

This looks like *&^%!

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