Waking up from a hibernation experiment, soldiers Lee (Adam Baldwin) and Susan (Kate Rodger) make the shocking discovery that Earth has been annihilated in a nuclear holocaust. Why is it, then, that they're hurtling with a handful of earthlings through hyper-space in a ship piloted by an android? Although Lee particularly mistrusts Trit (Jerry Trimble), a macho marine who manhandles his girlfriend Janna (Jeannie Millar), Trit's paranoia proves well-founded. Posing as fellow travelers, Father O'Neill (Robert Englund) and Carrie (Gretchen Palmer) are actually camouflaged Aliens in charge of a mission to save their race. Although O'Neill has injected extra-terrestrial DNA into Lee's genetic structure, a xenophobic Carrie undermines the operation by killing off the Earth subjects — but not before screwing them. In a laser gun shootout, it's the Aliens Vs. the Earthlings. Whatever that outcome, however, Lee has already impregnated Susan with a combo of human-alien genes. Just about as low as Roger Corman has sunk, this spurious Sci-Fi is really a nudie-cutie movie transposed to space. The highlight or nadir, depending on your taste, is the sequence where Janna answers Carrie's question about Janna's livelihood on Earth by doing a lesbian-tinged exotic dance for her. Saturated with enough sex scenes to give Hugh Hefner pause, this regrettable erotica gets a weird high out of the notion of aliens seducing human beings. But if Lee and Susan are the only humans left, a post-apocalyptic Adam and Eve, does anyone really care where they start their alien-enhanced tribe?
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- Released: 1998
- Rating: R
- Review: Waking up from a hibernation experiment, soldiers Lee (Adam Baldwin) and Susan (Kate Rodger) make the shocking discovery that Earth has been annihilated in a nuclear holocaust. Why is it, then, that they're hurtling with a handful of earthlings through hyp… (more)