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Gayniggers from Outer Space (1992)

| Short, Comedy, Sci-Fi
Extraterrestrial beings travel the galaxy to free men "oppressed" by females to make way for an entirely-homosexual society.


Morten Lindberg
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Coco C.P. Dalbert Coco C.P. Dalbert ... ArmInAss
Sammy Salomon Sammy Salomon ... Capt. B. Dick
Gbatokai Dakinah Gbatokai Dakinah ... Sgt. Shaved Balls (as Gbartokai Dakinah)
Konrad Fields Konrad Fields ... Mr. Schwul
Anne Busacker Anne Busacker ... Ukranian
Verner Mollerup Christensen Verner Mollerup Christensen ... Ukranian (as Verner Christensen)
Torben Zenth Torben Zenth ... Ukranian
Tove Kristensen Tove Kristensen ... Ukranian
Heidrun von Wildenraut Heidrun von Wildenraut ... German
Heintz Heinrick von Grundstead Heintz Heinrick von Grundstead ... German (as Heinz Heindrick von Grundsted)
Maiksen Thorsson Maiksen Thorsson ... Hooker (as Maiken Thorsson)
Nina N. Rosenmeier Nina N. Rosenmeier ... Hooker (as Nina Rosenmeier)
Yon Hee Kim Yon Hee Kim ... Asian
Ehi Yeon Kim Ehi Yeon Kim ... Asian
Chapper Chapper ... Asian (as Chang Il Kim 'Chapper')


Extraterrestrial beings travel the galaxy to free men "oppressed" by females to make way for an entirely-homosexual society.

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Short | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Capt. B. Dick: I know you're afraid ArmInAss, but my son- this is just step on the long road to becoming a GayNigger.
Capt. B. Dick: It started when you're father gave birth to you... and who knows, maybe after this mission, you'll get the sign of the brown ring- and can truly call yourself a GayNigger.
Capt. B. Dick: And that's what you've been preparing for since you went to GayAgent School.
ArmInAss: You really think so sir?
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Spoofs Star Trek: The Original Series (1966) See more »


Ballade pour Adeline
Composed and Written by Paul de Senneville
Performed by Richard Clayderman
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It's about context, people...
6 December 2004 | by boonehSee all my reviews

Okay, people come on this site and comment that it is sexist, racist (especially towards Asians) and homophobic. Yes, it is; I won't deny that. But you know what? It's also a comedy. It's a parody of those awful porno films from the 70's (back when they tried to have plots) and also those terrible, xenophobic sci-fi films in the 50's. Some 50's film has similar, racist content and it is called "camp", but some film is made years later parodying that genre by being blatant about it, and it is labeled racist.

At least this movie isn't serious about it's political incorrectness. The whole film is basically a joke, from the horrendous dubbing to the tinfoil set pieces. The budget and quality is no better than a student film. How anyone can get offended is beyond me. Feel free to laugh; it's natural.

This is not Oscar quality material, but I had to smile at a few parts that were just so wrong (like the Asian women being overdubbed with someone just squealing unintelligibly into a microphone). It's good for maybe a chuckle or two, but nothing beyond that.

It's only 25 minutes long and not worth any amount of money to watch. If the title intrigues you, watch it just for curiosity sake. If the title offends you, stay away cause it gets worse and it won't redeem itself.

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