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Hyperspace (1984)

Not Rated | | Sci-Fi, Comedy | September 1984 (USA)
Because of a small navigation mistake Lord Buckethead lands on earth instead of "in a galaxy far, far away". But he is still looking for the princess and the secret transmissions.

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Alan Marx ...
Max
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Robert Bloodworth ...
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Chester / Captain Starfighter
Lisa Huss ...
Alien
Gordon Petersen ...
Alien
Susan Gellner ...
Alien
Lane Davidson ...
Alien
Joy Laurens ...
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John Davis ...
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Chief Norman (as David Hager)
Barry Cooper ...
Lord Buckethead (voice)
Kevin O'Reilly ...
Fred Stevenson ...
Colonel Lax
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Because of a small navigation mistake Lord Buckethead lands on earth instead of "in a galaxy far, far away". But he is still looking for the princess and the secret transmissions.

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"Lord Buckethead" attempted to promote his movie in the UK by standing as a prospective MP for Parliament in both the 1987 and 1992 General Elections. Representing the "Gremloid" party (by which this movie is known in the UK) he stood against Margaret Thatcher in her Finchley constituency and somehow got 131 votes. Five years later in 1992 he stood against the then PM John Major in Huntingdon and got 107 votes. In 2017, 25 years later, he stood again against then PM Theresa May in Maidenhead and got 249 votes. See more »

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Karen: [during the flying rocket-propelled shopping cart chase] This is embarrassing.
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Spoofs Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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Aka "Gremloids"
4 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

This was bought for 50p, and that is about as much as it is worth. The VHS cassette still bore "Rent this for £1 a night" The most amusing part of this film is that the head bad-guy is called Lord Bucket Head: laugh at that, that's as good as it gets.

Nice idea, but if you're on a cheap budget & you're trying, you end up with a bag o'sh1te. It wasn't painful, but somewhat pointless...

Anyhow, look at the cover & it looks a bit like Star Wars. Imagine that Lord Vader was a buffoon & he ended up trawling Earth for 'stolen droids' & secret Death Star plans. What would happen if this tall, helmeted bad-dude went into a do-nut shop demanding to know where the rebel forces where holed-up?

Jawas, 'death-rays' etc...

Please note that we only spent 50p on this, I would advise against spending any more L

P.S. I recommend Bride of the Monster


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