• Timothy E. RAW

    ★½ Watched by Timothy E. RAW 17 Apr, 2015

    Gets the most out of its production design on a low budget and the model spaceships (remember those?) look great, but obviously the same can't be said of the CGI (especially turn of new century kind) which is downright awful.

    Enjoyed James Spader going full creep and essentially doing SEX LIES & VIDEOTAPE in space for the first twenty minutes before being positioned as the hero as the crew is killed off in predictable fashion. Were it not for his poster…


  • Michelle Benson

    ★★½ Watched by Michelle Benson 04 Apr, 2015

    Solid Sci Fi film.


  • Christopher Martin

    ★½ Watched by Christopher Martin 17 Mar, 2015

    Just didn't care about anyone in this. Some nice visuals.


  • Paul Talbot

    ★★ Watched by Paul Talbot 15 Mar, 2015

    I opted to finally watch this notorious flop after being reminded of the fact that it was originally intended to be a low budget "Hellraiser meets in space" feature by William Malone with H.R. Giger effects. That would definitely have been a much better prospect than what we get here. The supposed $90 million budget is nowhere on the screen, but the production issues that eventually forced director Walter Hill to remove his name are readily apparent. It actually started…


  • Ian Loring

    ★½ Watched by Ian Loring 05 Mar, 2015

    So all over the place and feels like it was directed by people who needed to get laid very badly.


  • trevor taylor

    ★★★ Watched by trevor taylor 11 Feb, 2015

    I honestly dont believe it deserves such bad reviews as far as scifi goes it held its own and kept me interested. I believe its worth the watch if you like your sci fi


  • Schizopolis

    ★★½ Watched by Schizopolis 26 Feb, 2015

    Pretty good sci-fi concepts and ideas, but executed poorly. Still worth seeing, if you're a sci-fi fan. Good special effects for its time, but the art design looks and feels dated. Very mid to late 90's sci-fi. Cringe-worthy dialogue. Spader and Bassett are the only actors that hold this movie together. Their deep voices alone could make mediocre dialogue sound interesting. As for the rest of the actors, Robin Tunney was basically hired to show her ta-ta's multiple times and…


  • NewOrder

    ★½ Rewatched by NewOrder 25 Feb, 2015


    (Supernova, 2000)

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  • Cevin Moore

    ½ Watched by Cevin Moore 23 Feb, 2015



  • Beki Simpson

    Watched by Beki Simpson 23 Feb, 2015

    It's boring, but has plenty of topless men with chiseled abs. So a bit like one of those Hollyoaks Hunks calendars then.


  • Chris Vallée

    ★★½ Watched by Chris Vallée 13 Feb, 2015

    I'll admit, this was pretty crap, but based on the ratings scale for it I was expecting something much crappier. I have seen comparable films far worse than this that have an overall higher rating average. Either way, this was a fairly typical 90's/early 2000's sci-fi affair that didn't bring anything new to the table, but still managed to be marginally enjoyable. My biggest takeaway from watching though, was the thought that Angela Bassett passed on X-Men, but thought this was a suitable gig.


  • Austin Vashaw

    ★★★½ Watched by Austin Vashaw 04 Jan, 2015 2

    I checked out this mostly forgotten sci-fi/horror film and it's not half bad. At times you can detect the lack of direction (Walter Hill walked out), but it's got an interesting cast and some very memorable moments.

    Blu-Ray Review: cinapse.co/2015/01/15/blue-giant-explodes-blu-ray-mostly-forgotten-supernova/