Queen of Outer Space Reviews

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Super Reviewer
June 4, 2014
Absurdly entertaining junk with Zsa Zsa the resident Venusian scientist by way of Hungary. She's gorgeous as are the rest of the ladies, although Zsa Zsa has that extra something, but the film is wildly sexist and at times unintentionally laugh out loud funny.
May 30, 2008
A group of male astronauts land on a planet populated entirely by women led by a queen who wears a hideous silver mask to hide her horribly disfigured face, and Zsa Zsa Gabor trying to act!
August 22, 2014
Queen of Outer Space is pretty bad but at the same time its entertaining even though its cheesy, corny and incredibly campy for most of the film
July 18, 2014
So bad it's good. Have a few drinks, sit back then ridicule the bad acting, bad script, cheap sets and dreadful male chauvinism. Hey, Zsa Zsa looked great. Never seen her at that age before.
April 20, 2012
Corny, campy, cheesy and mysoginistic. Zsa Zsa vas lahvley, Dahling.
½ February 9, 2012
Campy, Women, and Zsa Zsa Gabor. That's pretty much what this movie is about, oh, and. . . there are no men on the planet, only Women and a hand full of men from Earth. What's a guy to do? Campy Sci-Fi at its best.
June 16, 2011
Four astronauts for unknown reasons head to outer space and discover some bizarre actions. In front of there eyes, these laser beams appear in space and hit the space station, disintigrating it. Then they are under attack and immediate get out of there, narrowly avoiding them and landing on Venus, in which they amazingly can breath on. Massive plot holes galore, embarrassing errors (such as when they are in space and through the window, there is blue sky!) and silly dialogue accompanied by a funny score, but this film slightly succeeds. It has unusual special, intriguing effects and there is appearance of a small, flat screen television in the queen's room (by the way, she is not played by Zsa Zsa Gabor and happens to be hiding behind a mask, for very good reason to). Also, there are some laughs, perhaps unintentional. Passable, but still, a "Forbidden Planet" wannabe.
½ March 29, 2011
It is impossible to judge this film from a present point of view. The verdict would be annihilating: to horrendous in the making, the story and the moral.
A group of beautiful and horny woman (Zsa Zsa Gabor, Lisa Davis, Barbara Darrow) on planet Venus rescue a group of lost space men (Eric Flemming, Dave Willock, Patrick Waltz) out of the claws from the bitter and mutilated queen Yllana (Laurie Mitchell); and together they save planet Earth from the total atomic destruction planned by the queen. So far so bad, but if you are a fan of woman in very short skirts with laser guns, this is the film for you. You can hardly make a better choice for a trashing movie night.
½ November 6, 2010
A blatantly sexist piece of 'male superiority' propaganda and anti-feminism, with persistent spoken and unspoken examples of how inferior women are in every way.
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