Vampires from Outer Space
Nomination Year: 2006
SYNOPSIS: A spaceship commanded by B-movie staple Steve Railsback finds an alien ship while investigating Halley's Comet. Inside the ship are a bunch of dead bat-like aliens and three humanoids perfectly preserved in suspended animation. Weeks later, the ship returns to Earth orbit with the crew dead and the suspended animation capsules in the hold. The capsules are returned to Earth and taken to a London lab for study. The humanoids turn out to be space vampires who escape and kill lots of British people, including Patrick Stewart. Meanwhile, Steve Railsback crash-lands in Texas in the ship's escape pod and makes his way to England where he teams up with an SAS Colonel and a scientist with really bad hair to defeat the space vampires.
- "Let's Up The Rating To 'R'"
Hot Naked (Not-So-)Dead Alien Chick
You go into a biohazard room to do an autopsy on a dead alien girl and she suddenly sits up. What do you do?
- Deus Ex Machina
Fiery Escape via Fire Escape
The SAS guy is being chased by zombies. Every way he turns, there's another horde. Nothing can save him now! Except for the possible collapse of a flaming fire escape between him and the hordes -- but what are the odds of that?
- Crummiest Ending
"You're One of Us; Let's Go!"
Steve Railsback is making out with the female vampire. She tells him that he's one of them and always has been. The SAS guy throws him a sword. Steve stabs it through both the vamp and himself. The two of them get beamed up to the alien ship in a really bad special effect. The ship flies away for no good reason. The end. Huh???
- Actors/Directors of Note
Actor Claim to Fame Steve Railsback Played Charles Manson in Helter Skelter Peter Firth Frank Finlay nominated for a Best Supporting Actor for his work in 1965's Othello Patrick Stewart "Captain Jean-Luc Picard" of Star Trek: The Next Generation, "Professor X" from the X-Men movies, Broadway actor, and all-around bald sex symbol Michael Fitzpatrick
Director Claim to Fame Tobe Hooper director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and numberous other films in that vein (and gristle)
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