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Black Horizon

Black Horizon ★½ Stranded; On Eagle's Wings; Space Station 2001 (R)

No matter what it's called, this flick is still a less-than-exciting space opera. A Russian space station is falling apart and an international team is sent aboard a space shuttle to rescue the inhabitants. While there, the station is struck by a meteor that knocks out all communication and causes an oxygen leak, which threatens the team and crew. And on Earth, a government agent discovers that some people don't want the team to ever return. 92m/C VHS, DVD . IceT, Hannes Jaenicke, Michael Dudikoff, Yvette Nipar, Richard Gabai, Alex Veadov, Art Hindle, Larry Poindexter, Andrew Stevens; D: Fred Olen Ray; W: Steve Latshaw; C: Theo Angell. VIDEO

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