The year is 2275. Bounty Hunter Dante Montana and his ragtag crew are commissioned to track and capture dangerous interplanetary criminals, including an evil force Dante believes kidnapped ... See full summary »
The extraterrestrial adventures of former NYPD detective Patrick Brogan, now a lieutenant with the Demeter City police force on the planet Altor. Brogan and his partner Jack Haldane must ... See full summary »
Proxate Corporation recruits a boozy former ship captain and offers him a new identity: Sean Murdoch. His job: to take charge of large ship on one voyage. Once aboard, Murdoch realizes that... See full summary »
Heidi von Palleske
The first episode of the TV series "Ice Planet" is presented in the form of a mash-able edit from all elements readied to film the unmade series. The high action sci-fi story unfolds as ... See full summary »
The adventures of the International Space Police Force, led by Nathan Spring. The Star Cops are made up of officers from all over the world, including Aussie Pal Lenzy, Russian Alexander, ... See full summary »
Erick Ray Evans,
In the future, Earth's entire population is being wiped out by an unstoppable virus. Mankind's only hope for survival is to launch a spaceship stocked with clones in cryogenic freeze, which... See full summary »
Gordon Michael Woolvett,
Nicole de Boer,
It is the year 2300. Bounty hunter Travis Montana and his female cousin Percy patrol the galaxy hunting criminals. Travis, who was kidnapped as a baby by Raiders, searches for his lost father Dante while investigating the secrets of the mysterious Dvinity Cluster. Written by
100 times better than the original (well, maybe 20 times)
This series (considered by most to be the Season 2 of "Starhunter" rather than a separate series) is far superior to its predecessor. The production design is positively luxurious by comparison, and the cast is likewise improved. The best part is the viewer can actually see what's going on--this show actually has a lighting budget. The sets are similar but don't look quite so cheap; the shots are wider so you don't feel like you're looking at partial sets anymore. Tanya Allen returns as Percy; she doesn't look any older (except for not adding jewel-tone colors to her hair anymore) which is odd since this series takes place about 15 years later than the first. Clive Robertson as the now adult Travis is a better actor than Michael Parè (as if that would be difficult), but he underplays rather severely here, to the point that it gets irritating. With a little more fun, a little more emotion, and a less-opaque plot, this could turn out to be a pretty good show, which is nothing short of miraculous after seeing the first season.
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