Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity Reviews
Of course... the title of the film really does give away how awesome this movie is. Fans of Hollywood fare might want to keep clear of this one. All others, purchase it right now. You'll for sure not regret it.
Om man har på sig rätt slags glasögon kan man säkert se det här som en film med ett radikalt feministiskt budskap, ungefär som den nästan lika bra Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death. Jag tror dock inte att det var tanken från filmmakarnas sida.
There are two kinds of horrible acting. There's the kind that makes a movie painful to watch, and there's the kind that makes a movie hilariously entertaining. Slave Girls from Infinity fits into the later category. It's an example of the very cheapest, lowest budget B-movies, and half of the fun comes from how awful these "actors" are.
The other half comes from seeing the half-naked slave girls running around jungles in bikinis and lingerie. The story is a half-hearted riff on "The Most Dangerous Game", featuring our two slave girls escaping from a slave starship and landing on a planet where their rescuer is eventually revealed to be an evil (as well as campy and flamboyant) killer. And there's two utterly useless (and occasionally pervy) androids. And mutant. And a zombie. And a "Phantom Zone". And the most hilariously random, awkward, ad impromptu love scene I've ever seen in a movie.
The dialogue is beyond terrible, the sets are reused over and over, and the inside of the spaceships and special effects wouldn't look out of place in a middle school play in 1982. Needless to say, camp value is through the roof. It's also the ONLY reason to watch this. If you like a good bad movie, you're in luck.
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