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Movie teach young Blobbo not put blob-parts into dark places.
The dialogue was awful, the script was idiotic, and the effects were incredibly cheap. A brilliantly inept sci fi, as entertaining as it was a waste of time. Amazing how dumb the characters were.
Slow, wooden, boring. The concept has some potential. The B-movie intrigue is there, beneath it all.
Colorful but dull science fiction tale of an astronaut, John Agar, leading a team of explorers to Uranus, where a brain-like creature fights them by making their thoughts reality, which, as you may guess, involves them thinking about sultry ladies of their past. There's an interesting idea for a film buried here somewhere, but this is strictly children's sci-fi fare. Nothing great or even anything I'd even call good, but there were enough camp elements to keep me entertained.
.journey...to the 7th planet....whereYOUR dreams will come true--A neat early 60's low-budget sci-fi romp!!
A very cheaply made film about a group of United nations astronauts exploring Uranus. Soon after arriving on the planet they realize everything they see is a projection from their own memories, sometimes desirable, other ties terrifying. This leads them to explore further, finding the alien source of these mirages. Interesting storyline, but more acting and direction; too much inept dialog.
A low budget sci-fi creature feature that gives a hilarious view of the present time period. Originally a Dutch product, some scenes were re-shot for release in the US. The concept isn't bad and the acting was not atrocious as usual in these kinds of movies. I enjoyed this more than similar movies of the era.
I wish I'd seen this with other MST3K compadres like Susan, Lucy, Rachel, Chad and Brandy. Oh the dumb yet witty things we'd say.
Journey to the Planet of badly dubbed boredom is more like it. Only John Agar is any good. The rest of it is pretty dire.
Bad. Painfully bad. Production values: akin to the worst made in the backyard film ever or in this case: Denmark 1961. Story wise you've seen it before in serveral better produced Star Trek episodes. Surprised this never made MST3K. A laffable moment that suppossed to invoke horror when the astronaut/youngest crew member sticks his hand into a force field to impress the older crew and freezes his hand. Really? Wow. That and the constantly horny crewmember Don who really needs a sedative. If you watch it try to do it with friends and drink heavily.