And God said unto Adam let there be life, now pass me that hot glue gun and sticky tape and I’ll fix the rest. And so the universe was made. At least this one. In this universe everything looks like its straight out of the BBC film archives. Where space ships could be made of cardboard and ray guns an old powertool with a light bulb on the end. The magical thing is that everything is real. Everything works.
Then there are two unwilling heroes, Andrew and Roland. One minute they were watching the opening credits to an old 70s sci fi movie complaining about the shocking special effects. Then zapp, they were suddenly transported into the very screen they were watching and into the movie itself. They have now somehow become the lead characters of the film and the only way back is to get to the end of the story.
This is a tall order for two wanna be rock and rollers who spend most of their time trying to act cool. This is the place where everyone wears strange costumes and have a name like Zagar or Froth. This is no place for them. They wanna be back on high street where they belong. Or do they.
To survive they must learn to be one of them. Unleash the geek within and become the super warriors they secretly always wanted to be. However they soon find themselves caught up in a struggle between the goodies and an evil tyrant. They save a princess and as they try and unload her somewhere safe they keep getting into trouble. By now they have managed to pick up more companions to help them in their quest. What quest. They never asked for this. Now it begins to be a true test of character. Do they fight against the evil dictatorship, do they even have a choice as they travel blindly through space. All the time heading through into the biggest space battles the universe has ever seen.
If they get home they will never be the same again.
A blue tack production.