Directed by Neil Johnson.
Starring Jay Laisne, Rochelle Vallese, Cynthia Ickes, William Tulin, Kari Nissena and Peta Johnson.
The last man in the universe is hunted down by a hybrid race known as the Nephilim.
As a self-considered feminist, this movie was almost like blasphemy. Not a good start at all. The premise is that the last human in the universe, a man, is being hunted down by the alien race that wiped our species into extinction. Along the way he rescues several doting women, including a "surrogate" who is carrying the sperm of the greatest men who ever lived. Awkward.
But I'll get to those bits later. From the offset, it's glaringly obvious that this space movie is a low-budget production. Nothing wrong with that, but I think the producers could maybe have spent more money on a decent writer than on poorly-integrated stock images of