One of the funniest films featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 in the Emmy® Award nominated show's 11-year run, Space Mutiny is a hilariously bad sci-fi epic that's guaranteed to have you in stitches. Combine a wardrobe of spandex and tinfoil; a set boasting AstroTurf® and spray-painted floor buffers; and special effects that, well, aren't so special, and you've got one of the most hysterical cheeseball movies to ever come out of the '80s. Grab your friends and have a riot with this underground cult hit! Written by
Echo Bridge Home Entertainment
There is nowhere to hide from the enemy within!
Did You Know?
Most of the film was actually directed by Neal Sundstrom
rather than David Winters
, who had to drop out in an early stage of filming due to the death of a close relative. However, Sundstrom was not pleased with the end result, blaming a lack of care and attention in pre-production, and refused to be credited as anything more than co-director. Winters was equally unhappy with the film and attempted to have his name replaced with that of the fictional Alan Smithee
, but due to his contract he was unable to do so. See more
In interior shots of the spaceship "Southern Sun", large, hinged, factory-type windows can be clearly seen (not to mention the fact that sunlight is clearly coming through them in several scenes) and much of the Southern Sun is made of brick and mortar. See more
[Lea and Ryder quarrel after surviving a shootout in the Southern Sun's engine room
... I thought you'd be happy to see me.
Of course I am. But that's not the issue. Your father should have stopped you.
My father stopped interfering with my life when I was fifteen years old.
I have every respect for your father. He's a good man. I just wish he could control you as well as he does this ship.
Control me? If I hadn't saved you in that engine room...
Oh come on, I could have gotten out of that ...
receives an 'Introducing' credit during the opening credits (as Cissy Cameron) despite having appeared in numerous films and TV productions since 1971. See more
The Edge of a Dream
Written by Steve McClintock
& Tim James
Vocals by Steve McClintock
Courtesy of McJames Music See more