Gayniggers from Outer Space

Gayniggers from Outer Space is a 1992 Danish English-language science fiction short film, directed by Danish performance artist Morten Lindberg. The film is a parody of the science fiction and blaxploitation genres.[1]

Gayniggers from Outer Space
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1992 movie poster
Directed byMorten Lindberg
Written byPer Kristensen
Morten Lindberg
Produced byDino Raymond Hansen and Lamont Sanford
CinematographyHenrik Kristensen
Edited byPrami Larsen
Distributed byDet Danske Filminstitut
Release date
  • 1992 (1992)
Running time
26 minutes


The film follows a group of intergalactic homosexual black men from the planet Anus, who discover the presence of female creatures on planet Earth. Using rayguns, they proceed to eliminate females one by one from Earth, eliciting gratitude from the previously oppressed male population.[1] Before leaving the planet, they leave behind a "Gay Ambassador" to educate the Earthlings about their new way of life.


  • Coco P. Dalbert as ArmInAss
  • Sammy Saloman as Capt. B. Dick
  • Gerald F. Hail as D. Ildo
  • Gbartokai Dakinah as Sgt. Shaved Balls
  • Konrad Fields as Mr. Schwul
  • Johnny Conny Tony Thomas as The Gay Ambassador


The film has been described as a "queer-interest Dutch [sic] B movie in the hyper-transgressive tradition of John Waters", and is said to have appealed to an audience of "nerdy white boys" who liked the concept of blaxploitation.[2] The film was used in a recruiting campaign by the Internet troll group Gay Nigger Association of America in the 2000s.[2]

Cultural references

The film begins in black-and-white and later turns to color, in a way similar to The Wizard of Oz. According to director Morten Lindberg, this was a "dramatic special effect" to illustrate "the world being freed from vicious women".[3]


  1. ^ a b "Gayniggers from Outer Space". Elitisti (in Finnish). Retrieved 2006-12-29.
  2. ^ a b Beran, Dale (2019-07-30). It Came from Something Awful: How a Toxic Troll Army Accidentally Memed Donald Trump into Office. St. Martin's Publishing Group. p. 47. ISBN 978-1-250-21947-3.
  3. ^ "Master Fatman ja Homoneekerit ulkoavaruudesta". Elitisti (in Finnish). Retrieved 2006-12-29.

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