- Actors: Tim Loane, Ian Beattie, Olwen Fouere, Shane Rimmer, Charles Dance
- Directors: Stuart Gordon
- Writers: Stuart Gordon, Ted Mann
- Producers: Alexander De Grunwald, Greg Johnson, Guy Collins, Heidi Levitt, Marie Louise Queally
- Format: Special Edition, NTSC, Import
- Language: English
- Subtitles: Spanish
- Region: All RegionsAll Regions
- Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
- Number of discs: 1
- MPAA Rating:
- Studio: Lions Gate
- Release Date: June 22 1999
- Run Time: 95 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00000IC5K
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February 25, 2018
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
So my boyfriend bought this cause he loves the movie....but.... he can't watch it because in the information it doesn't state the the disc is a region 2 disc. And you have to have a certain dvd player to watch it
August 10, 2006
Like Stuart Gordon's other venture into science fiction territory, the underrated and ill-fated ROBOT JOX, this is a nifty little film that was plagued by production difficulties and failed to find a theatrical distributor, which is a shame because its quite an enjoyable viewing experience. Everyone joins in the fun in this one, with Dennis Hopper delivering some unexpectedly funny bits of dialog, Debi Mazar and Stephen Dorff providing reliable 2nd banana support and Charles Dance having the time of his life with his horny half-metal madman. This Excellent DVD offers a chance to see this little sleeper in a great looking print with a fascinating and funny commentary by the Director. This film delivers exactly what its titles proclaims.
November 17, 2002
This, like so many Hopper films, belongs in it's own catagory. Do not go for it if you are looking for a plotline or budget busting effects. If you like movies that look like the cast had a blast making, then this is one for your collection. It's more of a brain teasing parody than most parodies, probably an upper end "B" type movie. The first time I saw this was when I rented Modern Vampires, Killer Tongue, and Space Truckers. I was in the mood for silly that weekend, and I was not dissapointed at all. Funny what you can find under the "Cult Classics".
November 6, 2003
This is Barb Wire-Battlefield Earth BAD! Why do I subject myself to such BAD filmmaking? Considering the talent involved this is pathetic. If you have a choice whether to see this movie or have a finger removed, I guess see the movie. Otherwise avoid this at any cost ..I must say one last thing, Stephen Dork is overrated.
January 26, 2004
Space Truckers is a lot of fun to watch, but it is very dumb. Maybe that is part of its charm. This movie is fun to watch and is very funny in spots. Most of the reviewers of this film are correct in giving Space Truckers 3 stars.
November 4, 2002
I am a space movie enthusiast. My friend Ian will pay dearly for recommending this one! Don't get me wrong, they have some original ideas... my favorite scene actually had me laughing out loud when the Charles Dance (the doctor from Alien 3) tries to get it on with Debi Mazar but has "technical" difficulties. Here an there they made some efforts to remind you that you were in space, but I wouldn't call it a space movie. Maybe I just think Dennis Hopper is annoying. Charles Dance should have been used more, he did well with what they gave him!
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