Starman, Vol. 2 - Invaders from Space / Atomic Rulers (2002) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
He’s back! Starman, “the creature made of the strongest steel,” fights monsters, chases flying saucers, and defeats evil-minded aliens in two deliriously surreal mixes of science fiction, surprisingly moody photography, and wild superhero action! Wanting the Earth for themselves, scaly-skinned Salamander Men from the planet Koolamon begin eviction proceedings by assaulting humans with their radioactive breath, a space virus, high-decibel sound waves, a salamander nurse with a penchant for scaring kids, and most fiendish of all, a diabolical dance company! Thankfully the Emerald Planet sends Starman, their cosmic crusader in bulging tights, to stop the amphibious Invaders from Space. As expected, Mr. Starman turns from peace-loving-alien-and-friend-of-children-everywhere into a frenzied karate machine out to kick reptile butt! Then Starman worries that nuclear radiation may “poison outer space” and tries to stop the country of Magolia from becoming the Atomic Rulers of the world. But, uh oh, after wiping out a nest of Magolian agents (who all dress like film noir gangsters), Starman is rudely arrested for murder! Worse, a Magolian nuclear weapon is stolen—by a bunch of little boys! Double wow.
About Starman, Vol. 2 - Invaders from Space / Atomic Rulers (2002)
Starring: Ken Utsui, Junko Ikeuchi, Shôji Nakayama, Minoru Takada, Sachihiro Ohsawa
Director: Akira Mitsuwa, Koreyoshi Akasaka, Teruo Ishii