A rescue crew in space comes to investigate and if possible, rescue a government spaceship gone missing for seven years. When they board the ship, they learn that it has been somewhere beyond space and brought something back with it that is an unspeakable evil. —IMDb
Anderson was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Educated at Newlands Preparatory School, Gosforth and later at Newcastle’s Royal Grammar School, Anderson went on to graduate from the University of Warwick as the youngest student to achieve a BA in Film & Literature. He made his debut as the writer-director of Shopping, which starred Sean Pertwee, Jude Law and Sadie Frost as thieves who smashed cars into storefronts. When released in the United Kingdom it was banned in some cinemas, and only gained a release in the United States as an edited, direct to video release.
After this, he directed the successful 1995 video game adaptation Mortal Kombat. While prior video game movies, like Street Fighter and Super Mario Bros., had been all-out disasters, Mortal Kombat was well received by fans, and some critics. He declined to direct the sequel, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, which was not well received by critics or fans. Anderson was asked to direct a third movie, Mortal Kombat… read more
Solaris meets Doom. It could have been so much better. Decent horror flick, with great horror and gory moments. My problem is with the last part of the movie, seemed so forced, and that last battle was so cartoonish, especially with those hilarious sound effects (clanck!, bump!, smack!). One of the weirdest Sam Neil perfomances. Regardless of this problems, is still a good film, not a great one, just good.