Space Rage

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Space Rage
Directed by Conrad E. Palmisano
Produced by Damian Lee (associate producer)
Peter McCarthy (executive producer)
Morton Reed (producer)
Patrick Wells (associate producer)
Written by Jim Lenahan (writer)
Morton Reed (story)
Starring See below
Music by Billy Ferrick
Zander Schloss
Cinematography Tom Richmond
Tim Suhrstedt
Edited by Arthur J. Bressan Jr.
W. Peter Miller
Release date
1985
Running time
77 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Space Rage is a 1985 American film directed by Conrad E. Palmisano.

The film is also known as A Dollar a Day and Spage Rage: Breakout on Prison Planet.

Plot summary[edit]

Two centuries in the future, a dangerous lunatic named Grange (Paré) is sentenced to a penal colony, Botany Bay, on the planet Proxima Centauri 3. There, a bounty hunter (Laughlin) and an ex-policeman (Farnsworth) team up to prevent him from escaping.[1]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • The Spikes / The Sceaming Believers / Exploding White Mice / Dream Syndicate/Blood money

Critical reception[edit]

The film received mixed feedback. Joe Kane, the "Phantom of the Movies", enjoyed it greatly but cited one flaw: the stone-faced delivery of the picture's signature line "It's quiet...too quiet...I don't like it." Leonard Maltin, however, called the movie "Meek...Farnsworth should have turned his laser-beam six-shooter on the negative of this bomb."

References[edit]

  1. ^ Brennan, Sandra. "Space Rage (1986)". The New York Times. Retrieved 2009-11-06. 

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