Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Barry Stokes, Tony Maiden, Glory Annen, Michael Rowlatt, Ava Cadell
Director: Norman J. Warren
Genres: Indie & Art House, Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
When three voluptuous female aliens crash-land in sexy '70s England, the result is out-of-this-world laughs! Three hapless men who witness the UFO's arrival wind up kidnapped by the stellar sirens, who discover the joys of... more »
Silly and Fun
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 10/18/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This one is a silly sex comedy from England. A spaceship full of spacewomen lands on Earth for repairs. It is then boarded by a horny teen, a lecher, and an engaged couple. The spacewomen have never seen men before and are intrigued. Soon they discover that men can give them something they never even dreamed of. Soon all three of the males are being put to the test as the female crew gets distracted by them.
As subplots we have tension amongst the female crew and a ship that is in desperate need of repair while the mechanic is more interested in testing out the male equipment even beyond endurance. Things take a surprising turn when a medical test reveals the student to be the most perfect being in the universe. In the end the Earthlings all get what they want or deserve and the alien ship lifts off once again to go off and meet its final fate.
A silly little film with plenty of nudity but little eroticism. Any erotic aspect of the film is overridden by the silly humor making it a comedy that is not for kids. It was interesting to see how each of the Earthlings got what they deserved in the end although I am not sure that the final scene was necessary (you will have to watch to see what that is). Still, it was a fun little farce but probably not quite as good as The Girl From Starship Venus. If you like silly sex farces then check this one out."
This is the original uncut British version
Big Mike | Bradford, West Yorkshire United Kingdom | 02/20/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first saw this very funny and sexy film at a drive-in theatre in Georgia. It was a heavily re-edited version. Missing from the original 1979 British version called "Outer Touch" were some brief moments of full-frontal nudity. Also, the 1981 U.S. version dubbed the ship's computer's voice with a gay male voice. This original British version is far superior and was far too long in being made available. It also features real-life sex doctor Ava Cadell in a very sexy role. Funny and silly and sexy. Some great-looking women, too. The U.S. version also changed the film's ending from the original British version's."