Joachim Andersson’s review published on Letterboxd:
A perfectly fine little scifi flick with Klaus Kinski fairly restrained as a mad scientist aboard a space station and his android Max who has a lot of thought about life and sex and Earth, a place he has never seen. Soon everything is rocked by the arrival of three escaped convicts.
Quite low key little feature with a good script and some fine scenery leftovers from Corman productions such as Galaxy of terror and Forbidden world. The cheapness gives it a slight air of hokeyness but the cast rises above that and I can understand why Corman sold it, there isn't much exploitation here apart from more nudity that I have ever seen in a PG movie.