A freak meteor storm cuts off communications between planet Earth and a U.S. military moon base, leaving the terrified crew completely defenseless against an extraterrestrial threat unlike anything mankind has ever seen before. As the meteors start to fall, Col. Gerard Brauchman (Christian Slater) and his crew race frantically to stabilize the lunar base. Later, as life-support systems begin to fail, shape-shifting alien spores begin multiplying all over the base. Their numbers dwindling as the attack ramps up, the few surviving astronauts quickly realize that should they fail to contain it, the alien plague will soon reach planet Earth. Now, in the darkness of space, a handful of astronauts are the only thing standing between mankind and the end of life as we know it. Brendan Fehr and Michael Therriault co-star.~Jason Buchanan
Not a real good movie, hard to follow no real plot
This could have been a good movie but the director must be injecting his own personal style rather than want an audience would like to see.
It moved too slow for an action movie, too vague for a real Sci-Fi movie.
And too predicable for a decent movie period.
I bought this movie because of christian slater and I love sci-fi movies. It's a low budget B movie - the plot and story is weak too. They should at least have included a sexy girl to make it interesting - like those 50's posters.
This movie should have been on syfy on Saturday nights. It is just that bad. What a waste for Chistian Slatter to be in this dog. Everything about it screams B or C movie. If you are a hard core sci fi fan as I am, save your money and find a used copy for no more than $2.00. Otherwise save yourself from the ordeal of watching this shameful excuse for a movie. There is another movie by the same name but set on Mars which is alot more enjoyable than this one. Neither one of which can compare the the original "Robinsoe Cursoe on Mars" from 1964. If you must have a movie about being stranded off world, get the 1964 classic.