Dark Universe (film)

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Dark Universe
Directed by Steve Latshaw
Produced by executive
Fred Olen Ray
Jim Wynorski
Starring Joe Estevez
Release date
Country USA
Language English
Budget $40,000[1]
Box office $400,000[1]

Dark Universe is a 1993 horror/science-fiction film starring Blake Pickett, Cherie Scott, Bently Title, John Maynard, Paul Austin Saunders, Patrick Moran, Tom Ferguson, Steve Barkett, and Joe Estevez as Rod Kendrick. The soundtrack was composed by Jeffrey Walton. The film was written by Patrick Moran, executive-produced by Fred Olen Ray, Grant Austin Waldman, and Jim Wynorski, and directed by Steve Latshaw.


According to Stephen Latshaw the film was shot in ten days for $40,000 and was "a huge hit for Curb Entertainment... it took in over $400,000 in world wide sales." [1]

Video box description[edit]

“From the darkest corner of the universe comes an alien terror with a cold-blooded mission...conquer the earth [sic] and harvest it’s [sic] inhabitants as a food source. Can our world survive this nightmare from deep space. [sic]”


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