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If you work on a lobster boat, sneaking up behind someone and pinching him is probably a joke that gets old real fast.

—Jack Handey

Synopsis: A mutiny takes place on a space ship that has the galaxy's largest basement.

Reaction: Quite a ridiculous movie, but rife with MST3K fodder.

Personal Rating: 9/10

Select Cast and Crew
David Winters => Director
Maria Dante => Writer
Mark Mancina => Composer
Steve McClintock => Composer
Tim James => Composer
Arthur Hall => Mortuary Keeper
Bill Corbett => Observer (MST) / Crow T. Robot (MST)
Billy Second => Flight Lt. Lemont
Bridget Jones => Flavia (MST)
Cameron Mitchell => Cmdr. Alex Jansen
Camille Mitchell => Jennera's Voice (voice)
Cisse Cameron => Dr. Lea Jansen (as Cissy Cameron)
Daniel Breyer => Roman Soldier (as Dan Breyer) (MST)
Evan J. Klisser => Mohawk - Enforcer
Graham Clarke => Capt. Scott Devers (as Graham Clark)
Guy Pringle => Kalgan's Bodyguard
James Ryan => MacPhearson
John Phillip Law => Flight Cmdr. Elijah Kalgan
Kevin Murphy => Professor Bobo (MST) / Tom Servo (MST)
Madyelene Reynel => Jennera
Mary Jo Pehl => Pearl Forrester (MST)
Michael J. Nelson => Mike Nelson (MST)
Patrick Brantseg => Roman Soldier (MST) / Gypsy (MST)
Reb Brown => Dave Ryder
Rufus Swart => 3rd Engineer Steve Codell
Tim Johnson => Mike Down, CPA (MST)

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • All space-battle footage is from Battlestar Galactica.
  • When Steve Godell attempts to talk via a video system to the bridge, there is no monitor on the wall he is facing.
  • Stars Reb Brown and Cisse Cameron, who played romantic interests on screen, were married shortly after the completion of this film.
  • In interior shots of the spaceship "Southern Sun", large, hinged, factory-type windows can be clearly seen and much of the Southern Sun is made of brick and mortar.
  • Director David Winters, unhappy with the film, attempted to have his name replaced with that of the fictional Alan Smithee, but due to his contract he was unable to do so.