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What else do you want to know about me? How many times a week I screw?
Colonel Stella Holmes:
If you're always in that condition, it's obvious you couldn't get it up, even if you used a crane.
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Ian McCulloch shines, as he did in 'Zombie Flesh-eaters', this time as an alcoholic former NASA astronaut who is dismissed as mad when he talks of the threat of an alien invasion from Mars (as is par for the course in these space capers).
If you enjoy lame acting, poorly dubbed voices, cheesy 80's gore effects and an implausible plot, then this is the film for you.
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