Rated R · 93 minutes · 2012

Action, Comedy, Science fiction
In the year 2018, Sarah Palin, or somebody who looks a lot like her, is president and sending men to the moon. Once there, they discover a colony of Nazis who have been hiding out and plotting to conquer the Earth since the end of World War II. It’s up to one of the surviving astronauts (Christopher Kirby) to infiltrate their plan and stop the madness. One small problem: An evil Nazi scientist has injected him with a serum that turns his black skin white. This turns out to be more of a nasty shot at conservatives (mainly Sarah Palin) than fun horror/comedy. It’s not sick enough to be effective as horror, and it’s not funny enough to make it a solid laugher. Kirby’s performance is a lot of fun, though, and Julia Dietze is decent as the film’s heroine; I also liked the movie’s usage of Chaplin’s The Great Dictator. This one is OK for a goof, but I wish it were a couple of notches crazier.
Director: Timo Vuorensola
Producer: Michael Cowan, San Fu Maltha, Sean O'Kelly, Oliver Damian, Tero Kaukomaa and Samuli Torssonen
Cast: Julia Dietze, Udo Kier, Kym Jackson, Gotz Otto, Stephanie Paul, Christopher Kirby, Tilo Pruckner, Peta Sergeant, Ben Siemer, Vivian Schneider, Lisa Bräutigam and Milo Kaukomaa


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