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Project Shadowchaser III (1995)

It has been 25 years since the ore spaceship Siberia was last heard from. Unfortunately, it is now on a collision course with the communications station Comstat 5 which is orbiting Mars. ... See full summary »

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Kody
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Rea
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Snake
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Android
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Renko
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Lennox
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Professor
Robina Alston ...
Dee
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Daniel Peterson
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Tanya Deal
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Yuri Pastov
Elizabeth Giordano ...
Tatiana
Raymond Lynch ...
Yakav
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It has been 25 years since the ore spaceship Siberia was last heard from. Unfortunately, it is now on a collision course with the communications station Comstat 5 which is orbiting Mars. After one successful maneuver to avoid the Siberia, it rams Comstat 5 and the crew soon finds that the Siberia crew is dead and the reason that it has been missing for 25 years. But that reason is trying to destroy them all as it destroyed the Siberia crew. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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Rated R for language, sci-fi violence and gore | See all certifications »
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31 August 1995 (Germany)  »

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The film is also known as "Beyond the Edge of Darkness". See more »

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Followed by Orion's Key (1996) See more »

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Forever in the Stars
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Edwards (as Steve Edwards)
Performed by Randy Crenshaw
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Bizarre continuity is the real star of the movie
18 May 2004 | by (Copenhagen, Denmark) – See all my reviews

This is so poor it's watchable.

The plot deals with a grizzled spaceship crew happening upon a drifting, apparently abandoned Russian craft.

In the empty vastness of space, the two craft accidentally collide (!)

  • and 'Alien'-esque fun ensues as a cyborg from the Russian ship
menaces our crew.

The spacecraft interiors are clearly a dolled-up factory set (metal walkways, boilers, piping). In this entirely unconvincing setting, 'Kody', 'Snake' and the rest of our hero crew grimace, grunt, run about and continually and repeatedly rack their shotguns without firing them.

The continuity gaffes are what define this movie, and they are nothing short of amazing:

Stuff appears and disappears. The shotguns are racked. A cigar gets longer by being smoked. The shotguns are racked again, just to make sure. Content of a bottle increases by being drunk from.

The film progresses through the usual clichés by way of intense ham acting, poxy camera work and Ed Wood quality props to a showdown climax.


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