Galaxy of Terror (1981)

R   |    |  Action, Adventure, Horror


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Science fiction suspense thriller, in which a rescue space ship crew meets up with horrors projected by their own imaginations.

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28 October 2000 | ebert_jr
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| Another Weird Late Night Cable TV Memory From My Youth
I can still remember watching this film in the wee hours of the morning at about 13 yrs old; I wanted decadent, late night cable programming, and this one delivered. Twenty years later, I still remember it for one scene: a giant maggot raping a woman. It was a completely gross, bizarre, yucky, surreal moment in cinema, but unlike anything I had ever seen. I still can't get over how weird it is and how something like that made it into a film. The rest of the film contains a few other bizarre scenes but beyond this, the film is really just a waste of time. However, the production design (James Cameron) for this film was actually pretty original and well done for the time/budget (the planet the crew is trapped on has a kind of strangely dim lighting and claustrophobic feeling).

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