Don't Call Him Alien, He Hates That. He's Creature.



Plot Synopsis: As two powerful corporations vie for the mining rights to Titan, a group of U.S. scientists crash lands on the cold, desolate moon of Saturn and discovers a German team of researchers has arrived before them. The crew seeks help from their German counterparts, but instead finds the ship littered with horribly mutilated bodies. As the members of the expedition make their way back to the disabled spacecraft, one of their team mysteriously vanishes. Coincidentally, the lone survivor of the massacre (Klaus Kinski) suddenly appears with unbelievable claims of a nightmarish creature unwittingly unleashed on Titan, and that one by one, they will all soon become the victims of the brain-devouring alien!

William Malone (House on Haunted Hill (1999), FeardotCom)

Stan Ivar (Little House on the Prarie, Days of our Lives)
Wendy Schaal (Innerspace, *Batteries Not Included)
Klaus Kinski (Nosferatu the Vampyre, Cobra Verde)
Diane Salinger (Pee-wee's Big Adventure, Carnivàle)

Running Time: 97 minutes.

Film Facts:
-Wendy Schaal now provides the voice of Stan's wife Francine on the animated series "American Dad."
-Klaus Kinski, father of actress Nastassja Kinski, established his image as a wild-eyed, sex-crazed maniac in the autobiography "Kinski: All I Need Is Love." Often collaborating in films with acclaimed director Werner Herzog, after Kinski's death in 1991 Herzog directed a documentary about Kinski's life called "My Best Friend." Herzog's film implied that Kinski's image was largely fabricated to generate sales, and showcased lighter and humorous aspects of Kinski's personality.