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What Space Movie Came Out in 1992

Gayniggers from Outer Space (1992)

In 1992, a quirky space film emerged titled “Gayniggers from Outer Space,” a whimsical tale with a brief runtime of 26 minutes, drawing inspiration from blaxploitation themes. The plot follows a group of extraterrestrial travelers on a mission across the cosmos to liberate men from the rule of female oppressors. 

While not aiming for revolutionary comedy, its charm lies in its brevity, making it perfect for a lighthearted viewing with friends on a Saturday night. This low-budget production isn’t meant to be taken seriously but rather enjoyed for its offbeat humor. It cleverly satirizes political correctness, sexism, and racism, juxtaposing them for comedic effect. 

Those who find themselves offended by its content may have missed the intended humor. Casting black actors and portraying homosexuality doesn’t inherently make the film racist or homophobic. The film’s title draws inspiration from “Grave Diggers From Outer Space,” hinting at its whimsical and unconventional nature, which some viewers have embraced as an illogical yet hilarious cult classic.

Gayniggers from Outer Space: what space movie came out in 1992

In 1992, a whimsical science parody film titled “Gayniggers from Outer Space” burst onto the scene, depicting a group of black homosexual men from the planet Anus who discover Earth and its female inhabitants. Armed with ray guns, they liberate men oppressed by females, aiming to establish a wholly homosexual society. 

Before departing Earth, they appoint a “Gay Ambassador” to advocate for their cause and educate men about their new societal norms. The film, though fictional, mirrors societal shifts towards acceptance of homosexuality, symbolized by the rainbow flag, and is celebrated through items like GS-JJ’s rainbow pride lapel pins. 

Director Morten Lindberg’s use of transitioning from black and white to color, akin to “The Wizard of Oz,” adds a dramatic flair to the narrative. Despite hints of racism, the film is intended as absurd comedy, not to be taken seriously but enjoyed for its unique concept and humor. It’s a family-friendly, laughter-filled 26-minute adventure suitable for viewers with open minds, showcased at the Stockholm Queer Film Festival in 2006.

Gayniggers from Outer Space: IMDb Rating: 6.0/10

This weekend, treat yourself to a light-hearted comedy with a meaningful message for the younger generation. Grab your popcorn and gather your friends or family for a delightful movie experience. With a rating of 6/10 on IMDb, it stands above many contemporary comedies online, promising an enjoyable viewing experience.

Gayniggers from Outer Space: Movie Full Cast

Starring Coco C.P. Delbert, Sammy Salomon, Gbatokai Dakinah, and Konrad Fields, the film was helmed by director Morten Lindberg, also recognized as Master Fatman. Production was overseen by Dino Raymond Hansen and Lamont Sanford, with the story originating from the imaginative minds of writers Per Kristensen and Morten Lindberg.

Coco CP. Dalbert asArmInAss
Sammy Saloman asCapt. B. Dick
Gerald F. Hail asD. Ildo
Konrad Fields asMr. Schwul
Tony Thomas asWhite Gay Ambassador
Gbartokai Dakinah asSgt. Shaved Balls
Johnny Conny asBlack Gay Ambassador
DirectionMorten Lindberg
Story WriterPer KristensenMorten Lindberg
ProducersDino Raymond HansenLamont Sanford
CinematographyHenrik Kristensen
Release date1992
Distributed byDet Danske Filminstitut
Edited byPrami Larsen
Art Direction byPer Kristensen
Costume Design byMaja Rasmussen
Special Effects byPer Kristensen

Gayniggers from Outer Space:  Technical Specifications

Runtime26 Minutes
ColourBlack & White, Color

Gayniggers from Outer Space: Top Critic Reviews

This film is incredibly challenging to review. It’s undeniably offensive, but that’s its intention as satire, though the satire falls short. Characters with absurd names like Sgt. Shaved Balls liberate men from female domination by eliminating women, leading to a world of homosexuality (a concept best not dwelled upon). 

Fortunately, it’s mercifully short. However, it’s a dreadful experience; intentionally out-of-sync sound and poorly lit black-and-white visuals make it hard to watch. Glowing reviews praising its political incorrectness should be taken with a grain of salt. Its fatal flaw lies in being an unfunny comedy.

Down Among the Z Movies [Steve]

Having just finished watching the 1992 space movie, I can confidently say it brightened my day, yet again. Personally, I see it more as a significant step towards homosexual acceptance and tolerance, unlike what I perceive as the pretentious and cliché-laden Brokeback Mountain. If you’re open-minded and not too uptight, I urge you to give this unconventional piece of art a chance and acknowledge its merits.

El Gore [Eric]

How can this be a masterpiece?

This film depicts a group of extraterrestrial gay black men who eradicate females on Earth to establish a gay universe.

Approaching it with low expectations, I was still taken aback by its abysmal quality. It feels like a relic from half a century ago, with atrocious acting, laughably fake sets and props that make even amateur college films seem lavish, and special effects that are embarrassingly primitive.

To find any enjoyment in this film, one would likely need to be heavily intoxicated or in an altered state of consciousness. If I were Danish, I’d feel deeply ashamed that fellow countrymen were behind such a catastrophically bad production.

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