Gall Force 3: Stardust War
Released in 1988. Produced by AIC, Animate Film, ARTMIC, CBS Sony Group Inc., MOVIC, and SPE Visual Works.
The remaining forces of the Solnoid and the Paranoid races now head toward Sigma Narse, a forgotten star system with a dying red giant for their final confrontation. The crew of five Solnoids who survived the battle at the ninth star system is sent to meet Capt. Nebulart, head of Intelligence, for what appears to be the last hope for both races.
This one is my least favorite of the trilogy. It has the least amount of battles and more dialogue. The story is a direct continuation of the last movie. We follow the same cast of heroines as they try to stop the war and the demise of the Solnoids (a race of women) and Paranoids (amoeba-like creatures). At the very least, they conclude the story well with a warm, fuzzy ending.
Other Gall Force Movies
Gall Force: Eternal Story
1 hr 25 min
A crew of women in a starship journey to find a special planet.
Gall Force 2: Destruction
The war heightens as both races finish their Planet Destroyers.
These two zip files contain every single Gall Force soundtrack, including the special soundtracks. Note that the quality of the Earth Chapter Soundtracks are not the best. I haven't been able to find a better quality version.
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1 hr 7 min
Similar to “The Thing” and “Alien”, a crew in a spaceship are hunted by a parasidic alien.
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