Galaxy Lords is clearly an homage to late-'70s early-'80s low bud budge sci-fi films, such as the ones made by Roger Corman (Space Raiders, Battle Beyond the Stars). Now, I'm a huge fan of sci-fi in general. And this often includes badly made low budget films. I've watched "2019 - Dopo la caduta di New York" multiple times on VCCV2000 tape in the '80s early '80's (yes there were other video systems beyond VHS and BetaMax) and got a fresh DVD-quality copy about a year ago, so you'll know what I'm talking about.
I'll forgive the bad blue-screen shots, the game-like computer generated environments, the overly clear CGI characters and the awful cardboard cutout stuff for the above reasons. I truly applaud the effort made here.
What makes this truly unwatchable is having to go trough this in crystal clear Full-HD 1080p. Bad '70s '80s movies were shot on either really cheap 35mm or (more often) on low-grade 16mm film and you finally got to watch them on a bad video-transfer. Bad picture quality obfuscated bad effects generating greater suspension of disbelieve (you got to watch '2001 a Space Odyssey' in the same quality as 'Galaxy of Terror').
Had this movie been transferred to poor-quality analogue tape, copied from tape to another re-used tape and then been re-digitized, it would have looked more like an early '80s film to me. I may actually have been willing to finish watching the film then.
Review by gelf-46258 from the Internet Movie Database.