Terrible, nearly line-for-line / scene-for-scene remake of Forbidden World (1982), itself a pretty garden variety Alien wannabe. Basically a cheap waste of time with lousy performances, painfully bad dialogue and recycled Roger Corman factory space effects we've seen used time and time again (some from 1980's Battle Beyond the Stars). I really can't think of anything nice to say about it so we'll make this one short and sweet. Our gruff renegade hero (Marc Singer) boards a spaceship full of male and female scientists. Naturally, a botched experiment creates a fast-growing, bloodthirsty mutant monster that kills people. A sex dream (with Subspecies star Laura Tate) provides the token topless scene and Singer's stupid wisecracking robot sidekick "Tinpan" and the lame monster creation compete for the most pitiful aspects of this boring mess. It's only 70 minutes long, was written by Catherine Cyran (SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE 3) and co-stars Bryan Cranston (whose presence is perhaps the only reason anyone would want to check this out nowadays) and Judith Chapman (SCALPEL). Corman was the executive producer. By the way, the cool poster I'm using here is from the French VHS release. We got a boring poster and video box here in America.