Queen of Blood (Planet of Blood) (Planet of Vampires) (The Green Woman) (1966)
Average Rating: 4.2/10
Reviews Counted: 5
Fresh: 1 | Rotten: 4
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Release Date: Mar 1, 1966 Wide
Average Rating: 2.8/5
User Ratings: 628
Shot on a miniscule $50,000 budget, and including footage from a 1959 Russian film that was later purchased by Roger Corman, this science fiction feature finds a tiny planet slowly dying. With the inhabitants in danger of perishing, some kind-hearted astronauts bring a green-blooded female alien back to Earth. The extraterrestrial shows her gratitude by going wild for human blood in the fashion of a blood-sucking vampire. John Saxon, Basil Rathbone and Dennis Hopper are some of the actors
Mar 1, 1966 Wide
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... arguably the best of the Corman-produced recycling jobs and as fun a haunted spaceship film as there was until Mario Bava's Planet of the Vampires.
Chalk this one up to a campy title that's worth getting for the Hopper factor and the laughs--all unintentional.
Even though it drags its feet through most of the voyage, it still manages to deliver some chills come climax time.
Audience Reviews for Queen of Blood (Planet of Blood) (Planet of Vampires) (The Green Woman)
- Paul Grant: Not a bad film for a budget of $50,000. It's worth watching.
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