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  • Actors: Christian Slater
  • Directors: Roger Christian
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: Unknown
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Signature Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 27 May 2013
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009W1NT7O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,001 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Colonel Gerard K. Brauchman (Slater) leads a team of isolated astronauts on board the ARK moon base. When a meteor collides with their base, the astronauts find themselves in immediate danger spores from the meteorite can replicate, reproduce and mutate human cell structure, leaving everyone on board to fight for their lives. Stranded is directed by Oscar nominated Roger Christian; the creative mind behind Star Wars and Alien.

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Format: DVD
From the opening minutes, the low-rent approach and feel to this film is all too evident. From the unconvincing air-fix model buildings on the moon to the wooden acting, this film is an utter drag to watch. I turned it off after 30 minutes, left it for a night then tried again (you know sometimes you're perhaps just not in the mood?) but I managed an hour the second time before I accepted that it was simply utter tat. Slow, boring and stupid plot that is akin to a 1960's Doctor Who story line on an off week. Christian Slater should be out of work for a very long time after this effort. I would seriously recommend that you look elsewhere for thrills and suspense, as this has neither.
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Don't normally leave reviews, but this film is so bad that I had to, even 1 star is too much.

the plot is dire, the progression of the story is illogical, the characters and their actions highly unbelievable so they annoy the hell out of you, the effects barely passable....

I thought whilst contemplating buying this movie that it can't be that bad, Christian Slater is in it and he's alright (broken Arrow) and eventually bought it for a couple of pounds.......even at that price I strongly feel it is a waste of money.

When I started watching it I was determined to give it a good go even if it started to seem a bit ropey, but 10 minutes in I started to fast forward a little bit then watching some more, but ohhh boy, before long I was fast forwarding again, then forwarding a chapter at a time.

I'd watched way more than enough of this awful film than I should of and reached the finishing credits in 20 mins.

Be warned!!!
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This was a waste of money for a very poor. I think the budget for this film must have been about £1k as it could have been filmed in garden shed and if there was any special effects ,I missed them
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This really is a case where the Blu Ray sleeve is ten times better than the film. While im on the subject of the Blu Ray sleeve nowhere in this film does Christian Slater in a Alien style space suit appear.
The film itself tries and fails miserably to be a Alien rip off. The special effects are worse than any 1980s episode of Doctor Who. They really do use Waterstones book lights as communications devices.
The acting is awful. Christian Slater seems to be adopting the Brian Blessed method of acting by shouting at everybody no matter what the situation. The moonbase is hit by a meteor shower he shouts at the other crew members and into his reading light. One of his crew has given birth to an alien that look like a cabbage patch kid. Shout at her. I cannot believe he used to be a Hollywood A lister.
Do not waste your time and money on this sorry mess of a movie.
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on a near planet a three man ,one woman crew live on planet halfway through their one year mission they drill for minerals etc till a meteor shower hits,while trying to stop losing air the female pulls out a two fists size meteor inside they find yellow organisms,she cuts her finger and within hours it grows into a baby inside her is born and grows to a full size man and clones one of the male crew ,kills two of the crew gets itself to earth and the last 5 minutes of the film shows itself to be a type of vampire alien.why the captain is wearing a space suit on the cover I don't know he doesn't put one on in the entire film.its up to you on this one people???
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Format: DVD
Christian Slater is always good but even he can't pull this one out of the bag.If you ever wondered what happened to the "Space 1999" models then look no further and ask someone to put 50p in the meter 'cos the lights have gone out.The last scene is the best and it really is.
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By EA Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 24 Feb. 2014
Format: DVD
"Alien" was made in the year 1979. At what point are bad sci-fi movies going to stop blatantly copying it?

"Stranded" may be one of the most offensive examples, because director Roger Christian actually worked as an art director on "Alien." Its naked lack of originality isn't what kills it, though -- that would be the the ugly cheapness of the entire production, with flat, obnoxiously dumb characters and a doltish script that molests logic and leaves it weeping in the tub.

It takes place on a mining station (take a drink every time it rips off "Alien") on the moon, which is partially disabled by a meteor storm. Already we have a problem, since there's very little on the moon that people might want to mine.

Astronaut Ava Cameron (Amy Matysio) investigates the damage, and comes across a meteor with pollen inside... I mean, mysterious alien spores. She is accidentally infected with the spores, despite the best efforts of regulations-obsessed Colonel Brauchman (Christian Slater). A few hours later, she wakes up heavily pregnant, although the idiot Dr. Krauss (Brendan Fehr) is convinced that she spontaneously developed a baby-sized uterine cyst.

He's wrong, of course -- it's an alien baby. While the doctor keeps insisting that there is totally not a monster baby running loose, it morphs into an adult duplicate of a crew member, and begins prowling on the station. With air running out (this station is built like a moldy cardboard box), the crew must kill the creature before it kills them.

If the name Roger Christian sounds familiar, it's because he directed one of the worst blockbuster movies ever, "Battlefield Earth.
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