Summary: From notorious 'Battlefield Earth' director Roger Christian, 'Stranded' is a low-budget sci-fi horror that largely feels like a low-rent knockoff of a Roger Corman production but looks as if it was made for basic-cable television.
Excerpt: By 2027, we will establish a moon base for purposes of mineral exploration, so says Stranded . Even better, America’s manned, one year mission should be hosted by Christian Slater. It’s short of Bruce Willis, but on a B-level mission to our planet’s orbiting satellite, Slater will do.
Conclusion: Stranded is a capably produced Blu-ray, but it has nothing to recommend it as a thriller, a horror film or a space adventure. If you're truly curious, rent it. Did you find this review helpful?
Excerpt: Roger Christian's Stranded , a horror flick about a ghastly extraterrestrial creature that terrorizes four suckers trapped aboard a bio-dome space craft, is an ill-conceived genre exercise built on a frivolous foundation.
Summary: "We were victims of a tragedy we couldn't avoid," intones a character in sci-fier "Stranded," an over-ambitious English-language debut by "Luna" (aka actress Maria Lidon) that falls flat on its face, despite a cast including Vincent Gallo and high-profile Portuguese thesps Maria de Medeiros and...