Fire Maidens from Outer Space (1956)





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This silly British-made space opera finds distant ancestors of the lost civilization of Atlantis -- all of them nubile young ladies, of course, and starved for male company -- residing for some unexplained reason on the thirteenth moon of Jupiter, where they are discovered by an Earth exploration team headed by Anthony Dexter. The Earthmen offer to help the Atlantean cuties return home and re-establish their fallen city, but only manage to rescue one of them after they come under attack from a cheesy monster known as the "Black God." The film's camp highlight comes when the maidens perform an interpretive dance to the music of Borodin. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy , Romance
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Anthony Dexter
as Luther Blair
Susan Shaw
as Hestia
Sydney Tafler
as Dr. Higgins
Harry Fowler
as Sydney Stanhope
Owen Berry
as Prasus
Jan Holden
as Fire Maiden
Kim Parker
as Fire Maiden
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Critic Reviews for Fire Maidens from Outer Space

All Critics (1)

Old sci-fi can be great and insightful into its time period when it's good. But if you're going to be bad, sci-fi is the worst genre to be in. Fire Maidens of Outer Space is as bad as anything you can imagine.

Full Review… | July 16, 2003
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Audience Reviews for Fire Maidens from Outer Space


Strange sci-fi film with uninteresting characters and a boring plot. There's not a lot that goes on in the film and the monster and effects don't look too good. But it is a nice MST3K episode that's worth checking out.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Over an hour of people sitting on a spaceship and trying to avoid having sex with exiled virgins of the Atlantian empire. Boring! Decent MST3K episode.

Jeff Bachman
Jeff Bachman

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