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Beaten over the head by boredom.
I actually watched the film twice. Both times, it was the Mystery Science Theater 3000 version. I decided to watch it out of Bile Fascination (thanks, Tv Tropes!). That being said, the movie is just bad.

First of all, what was the mission in which the supposedly deceased astronaut had done? Secondly, why was it so dull? Thirdly, what the heck was up with the ending? The movie raises more questions than answers, and the butt pull treachery of images didn't help matters, either.

I understand that the original producer ran out of resources, and there had to be new management. But for the love of the heavens above, why didn't he review what happened in the first part and go from there? At that time, my brain was nulled with boredom.

The finale was a long "Get on with it!" with many Leave The Camera Running moments. At that time, I was impatient, even though I knew that I wasn't going to be satisfied either way. Once that very treachery of images (there was no freaking monster) came, I was angry. It reminded me of North, only the latter was All Just A Dream.

Overall? Even if you're the least bit curious and found it via the So Bad It's Horrible page, don't watch it. Even the guys' riffing did not change the fact that it was a boring stinkburger (though I'll give them props for trying, though).
Oh God, I could not have put it better myself. If Jesus Christ riffed this film it would still be mind-bendingly dull. This 'film' goes beyond They Just Didn'tCare... It's like they anti-cared! If there is any proof that anyone in this movie cared all copies of the film will explode.
comment #2770 rifflet 5th Jun 10

comment #2771 rifflet 5th Jun 10
Oh God, I could not have put it better myself. If Jesus Christ riffed this film it would still be mind-bendingly dull. This 'film' goes beyond They Just Didnt Care... It's like they anti-cared! If there is any proof that anyone in this movie cared all copies of the film will explode.
comment #2772 rifflet 5th Jun 10
Long ago, I watched it. This reviewer is correct - the only reason you should watch this film is so you can say you endured it. Recently, I looked it up on Wikipedia to check a fact, and was shocked, shocked to discover the film is only seventy minutes long. It feelsmore like two hours.
comment #7693 randomfanboy 16th May 11
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