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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
DVD Is Just a Burned Copy of the VHS Version. Shame on Echo Bridge Entertainment. 5 Jan. 2008
By Marcus H. Smilfer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"Space Mutiny" is a classic of bad cinema. This movie gained fame as the basis of one of the best episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and you would think someone would have released the movie on its own long before now. Well, Echo Bridge Home Entertainment has rushed out this DVD and it is nothing more than the VHS version burned onto a DVD. The audio quality is poor: there are no audio options and I actually had a hard time getting the sound chanelled through my set! The video quality is awful: grainy and washed out...it looks like what it is: a cheap bootleg. In short, don't be seduced by the small pricetag and buy this garbage. I have many bootleg DVDs that are of much better quality than this. "Space Mutiny" deserves to finally be released in a Widescreen format, hopefully with the deleted scenes that are present on the cover of the VHS version. Until then, there is the VHS version and, of course, the MST3K version for you to purchase. Stay away from this poor quality DVD. It is just junk and Amazon should be ashamed of itself for continuing to stock it.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
KALGAN! TAKE ME AWAY! 28 May 2004
By Marcus H. Smilfer - Published on Amazon.com
I have to disagree with most of the other reviewers (especially those that can't spell) and unreservedly recommend Space Mutiny for everyone that loves Sci-Fi, or unintentional comedy.

The movie is supposed to take place in the bowels of a "Mother Ship" (footage stolen from "Battlestar..") filled with the third generation of refugees from a dead planet. One of the refugees, ELIJAH (snicker) KALGAN (John Philip Law) by name, decides he's sick of living on the spaceship and wants to live on a "real planet." He hatches a plot to take over the ship, sell the other occupants of the ship into slavery to "Space Pirates" and then live in luxury on a "real planet." Hence the name, "Space Mutiny." Doesn't sound too bad so far, right? Well, that's when Space Pilot DAVE RYDER (Reb Brown) enters the picture, silver lame' pants and all, and the movie starts to turn on the stink.

Space Mutiny is a rock 'em, sock 'em, sci-fi shoot 'em up filmed in an abandoned warehouse that is supposed to be the environs of the previously mentioned spaceship. Did I mention you can clearly see the windows at the top of the warehouse? Other highlights include: characters that die only to reappear later in the movie with no explanation, characters chasing each other in pimped-out floor waxers called "eliminators," Kalgan looks evil with increasingly less enthusiasm, our hero Dave Ryder routinely emits high-pitched "battle screams," unintentional nudity (don't ask), and a guest appearance by the Band's Robbie Robertson as the evil and crippled turncoat officer.

You don't have to be a "Best Brains" member to be able to make fun of this movie, and that's why it stands on its own. It's so bad it's good...DARN good! I'm looking forward to the DVD that has all the deleted scenes; the box cover has clips from several scenes that aren't included in the movie! "Space Mutiny" is well worth the $5 it may cost you, just so you too can thrill to the exploits of the greatest Sci-Fi villain since Darth Vader: KALGAN!
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
"In The Future There's Absolutely No Shame..." 5 Dec. 2004
By Robert I. Hedges - Published on Amazon.com
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While the quote of my title comes from the MST3K guys describing the hula-disco scene (which really is startling), this is actually the original, non-MST3K version of this hilarious monstrosity. Like most viewers, I had first seen this film on "Mystery Science Theater 3000," but I wanted to see the pre-riffed version. This is it, and it is much more painful than the version with MST3K treatment.

By now just about everyone knows the general plot: evil over-actor Kalgan (John Phillip Law) starts a mutiny on a spaceship ran by Santa Claus, an Australian guy, and a bodybuilding nitwit who yells "Move!" a lot (Reb Brown.) There is a fabulously grotesque subplot about the Captain's daughter who appears in spandex despite seeming to be old enough to be Slab Bulkhead's (or whatever his name is) mother. The best scene in the movie has got to be her dancing in the nightclub with a hula hoop, an act so disgraceful that not only did it lead the MST3K guys to quip "So, in the future there's absolutely no shame," but also "She's presenting like a mandrill," both of which were spot on the money; unfortunately with this version you just have to think the commentary silently. Truly this scene will be etched into your brain for life, so be prepared.

It became evident very quickly that MST3K had edited the film down for time quite a bit, but they did so quite well, as all the extra film here is as boring as can be: it is mostly more of chasing around in the golf carts, more railing kills (where stuntmen fall off railings to their death), and a bit more exposition in which we learn that Kalgan's first name is Elijah. In other words: it is better to watch the MST3K version for yet another reason, namely brevity.

This movie became one of my favorite MST3K episodes, and it is fun to see this, the original, with it's silly sets (the inside of the spaceship looks like an old smelting facility, while the exteriors are all clearly old "Battlestar Galactica" retreads) and ridiculous bogus technical talk. My favorite piece of techno-babble is when they talk about the "gas expulsion sump," which makes Leah (the hula hoop queen) ask "What's that smell?" Despite having just opened the valve on a tank of (clearly labeled) methane, I still think that the answer would have to be "This movie."

I give this movie five stars for being like a really old cheese: stinky, yet good at the same time. "Space Mutiny" is a deliciously bad piece of gouda.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Slab Bulkhead! 25 Nov. 2004
By David Griffin Blyth - Published on Amazon.com
"Space Mutiny" is a train-wreck, but the kind of train-wreck that does'nt make you wrench in agony (Catwoman), but the one you can watch time and time again and applaud it's efforts in looking as over the top and cheap as possible, from casting to sets, and even continunity (can the person behind that be legally arrested now)

THIRLL as a Woman dies, and then is miraculiously ressurected only minutes later as a scene shot before her death comes AFTER it, MARVEL at "Slab Bulkhead" Dave Ryder defends the Battlestar Gaalctica...I mean, the Southern Sun from the evil forces of the evil Kalgon and Robbie Robertson, annd SCREAM as you watch the forces of good and evil fall from UNBELVIABLE HEIGHTS from railings that infest the ship.

Bear witness to the greatest GOLF CART CHASE OF ALL TIME, (I mean "Space Buggy" chase), "Space Mutiny" is a classic that can appreciated either through MST3K or without.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
LMAO 18 Jan. 2012
By Lobster Man - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is not a review, but some of you might enjoy this.

Well, I left the stunt business a loooong time back and even though I worked on numerous productions, I've never gotten around to watching most of them...until just recently when my cousin found and gave me the MSTK3 version of Space Mutiny.

During production the working title was "Southern Sun", and I remember it being freezing! Partly because of the time of year and also because I ran around in light cotton pants and a MX chest protector!

I knew most of the crew from previous productions, it was the late '80's in South Africa, and they knew me as a stuntman with some aspiration to also do some acting...I had 1 line to deliver...I remember clearly my mouth drying up and totally blue screening! Eventually the crew stopped laughing and the AC came over with a glass of water. Needless to say I was smart enough to recognize I wasn't cut out to be an actor. In fact I quite enjoyed doing the "railing kills"/ "slamming a stack of Pringles" hehe!

I'm now in the process of collecting all the other works of "art"! Enjoy - Lobster Man
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