A science fiction/horror/action film be that lacks enough punch to be effective in any of those genres, "Endagered Species" feels like it is another screenplay draft or editor's pass from being a passable, low-rent film. The film follows Eric Roberts' Earth cop as he teams with Arnold Vosloo's game warden to stop an intergalactic poacher, and, though its narrative heart is in the right place, the production's pieces never quite come together.
"Endangered Species" provides what an audience would expect from this kind of low budget venture: questionable effects, minimal production value, and a cast trying hard to fight its way from the B-list. The premise is interesting, but the story bogs down in dullness. There is very little spirit to the proceedings, and even the film's attempts at exploitation fall flat. "Endangered Species" may not be a terrible experience overall, but it lacks the energy and charm, however cheap, to be any fun.