The most dangerous criminals in the universe escape from the Off-World Penitentiary and stow away to the quiet Moonbase Waste Disposal Plant. Hidden beneath the lunar surface lies an arsenal of nuclear warheads- the inmates' passport home to earth. Moonbase Commander John Russell launches a desperate fight to save his crew from a force capable of laying waste to an entire planet. Written by
One small step for man, one giant leap for mayhem
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The space prison guards wear East German army uniforms and rank insignia. See more
The "space suits" worn in the last few scenes of the film are in fact standard hazmat/biohazard suits. They provide filtered air, but are not pressurized. This can be clearly seen in the film, as the suits' skins are wrinkled and closely follow the contours of the actors' bodies, and are not "puffed out," as they would be if internally pressurized. See more
Well just settle down and relax, while I finish telling you the Armstrong story.
Well His first words were 'Congratulations Mr. Gorsky.'
Well a lot of theories popped up about what Armstrong meant, like maybe he saw something up here that proved the Russians made it first or that he was some kind of double agent sending a message to Moscow. Finally he got sick of hearing about it so he decides to set the record straight. Turns out when he was a kid, Armstrong lived next door to an ...