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FULL SYNOPSIS

Less than a year before James Cameron's turbo-charged sequel, Hollywood (or its overseas counterparts) still managed to find ways to retread the badly-worn theme of Ridley Scott's Ridley Scott, as evidenced in this 1985 low-budget item. When a mysterious canister is uncovered on Saturn's largest moon Titan, a dormant, eons-old monster is released, making lunch of both the explorers who discovered it and the rival corporation's exploration team which investigates their disappearance. The most enjoyable "creature" in this otherwise pedestrian film is the ever-leering Klaus Kinski, who plays the lecherous sole survivor of the previous expedition, but the only real source of entertainment -- the depiction of gooey, gory effects and gratuitous nudity -- is spoiled by inadequate lighting and static camera set-ups. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi

Cast

Stan Ivar
as Mike Davison
Wendy Schaal
as Beth Sladen
Lyman Ward
as David Perkins
Robert Jaffe
as Jon Fennel
Annette McCarthy
as Dr. Wendy H. Oliver
Diane Salinger
as Melanie Bryce
Klaus Kinski
as Hans Rudy Hofner
Marie Laurin
as Susan Delambre
John Stinson
as Astronaut #1
Buckley Norris
as Concord Technician #1
Michael Griswold
as Concord Technician #2
Eileen Seeley
as Loudspeaker Voice (Concord)
Michael Griswold
as Concord Technician #2
Eileen Seeley
as Loudspeaker Voice (Concord)
Marie Laurin
as Susan Delambre
John Stinson
as Astronaut #1
Buckley Norris
as Concord Technician #1

Crew

William Malone
Director
William Malone
Producer
William J. Dunn
Producer
William Malone
Screenwriter
Alan Reed
Screenwriter
Harry Mathias
Cinematographer
Steve Rucker
Composer (Music Score)
Tom Chase
Composer (Music Score)
Michael Novotny
Production Designer
Doug Beswick
Costume Designer
Robert Short
Special Effects
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