In this second film compiled from two episodes of a Japanese TV serial, Captain Joe, reformed interstellar marauder Ken and the rest of the crew of the Backus-3 set off to destroy an alien ... See full summary »
Low-budget film about a young man given a mystical medallion by an Aztec shaman, in order to become a puma-empowered champion like his father before him. In trying to initially locate the ... See full summary »
Alberto De Martino
Walter George Alton,
Miguel Ángel Fuentes
Author Ted Angelo discovers an UFO in the Columbian jungle. When he tries to spread the word, he earns more than the usual disbelief: suddenly he's hunted by almost every organization, like... See full summary »
This movie and it's sequel Fugitive Alien II was critiqued my Mystery Science Theatre 3000. It's known for the song parody "He Tried To Kill Me With a Forklift." See more »
No apparent attempt was made to show text appropriate to a futuristic space mission on the Bacchus-3 computer screens; the screen shots are obviously from a 1970s era business computer. Some shots show startup or system status screens, while others show company addresses in Utah and California. See more »
What did I do to deserve this?
We don't deserve half the things we get.
[laughs maniacally, then abruptly stops]
You're stuck here!
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Wow, yet another Cheap rip-off from Japan, when will they stop? This one concerns the title character on a space ship, then there's a fork lift, and it turns into one big mess. Almost nothing makes much sense, which can probably be linked to the fact that it's just a bunch of episodes from a bad Japanese TV show glued together. Oh sure, everyone on MST3K had a good time with it, but that still doesn't totally make up for this film's existence. Don't watch without Joel and the 'bots.
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