This is nothing more than 'The Most Dangerous Game' meets the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders on the set of 'Space 1999'. I expected high camp value out of a film with a title like this, and there is a degree of campiness present, but overall it is bland. The 'outer space' dialogue is often hilarious, and the acting itself is wooden and unsubtle, just like you would expect.
This is almost literally an exact remake of 'The Most Dangerous Game', with a few added mutants and bickering androids for good measure. There is actually not much nudity, and what little bit there is not what you would call titillating. This should have been a more upbeat, fun camp classic, but it tried to be too many things. Notably the director attempts to make it genuinely scary and suspenseful during the hunting scenes, but given the silly nature of the material they are working with, the end product never seems to quite click as a movie.
I have seen funny and campy sci-fi, which I like, and I have seen scary sci-fi, which I also like. Unfortunately this movie presses a little too hard to be both, and it comes up a bit short in the end.