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|Vampire Vixens From Venus|
Actors: Christopher Bailey, Michelle Bauer, Charlie Callas, Vincent Di Gaetano, Louise Freistadt
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Hideous in their original form, three alien drug smugglers transform into beautiful women on Earth. Their drug is derived from the life essence of men and they?re on a mission to drain every last drop. Packed with eye-po... more »
I See The Vixens, Where Are The Vampires?
CaptHowdy | Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada | 11/21/1998
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I picked up this movie from Amazon a while ago. I was in the mood to see what b movie actress Michelle Bauer had been up to. Unfortunately I picked this thing up.The basic story goes...there are these aliens that have come to earth to harvest a drug that is illegal in space as well. Human males produce this stuff at the height of extacsy, at which time the aliens (beautifully portrayed by three vixens one being JJ North) suck this stuff out of the men leaving them like raisins.Some funny moments in this movie but the detective's slapstick and stupid humour really made this movie stink. Michelle Bauer isn't the star I thought she was in this movie, but she does have an okay role as well. This is a campy teen T & A movie with a very annoying detective in it."
These Women Are Out Of This World!
Mike King | Taunton, MA United States | 02/12/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Three Venusians, played by J.J. North (Attack Of The 60 Foot Centerfold), Theresa Lynn (Private Parts), and Leslie Glass (Strip Search), come to our planet in search of Earth men. Their mission is to stimulate men and, at the height of arousal, put a device on their head which drains the men of all their bodily fluids. The resulting liquid is used on their planet as a narcotic. The most enjoyable scenes in this movie are when these three gorgeous gals, always dressed to kill and usually going topless, whip the men into a sexual frenzy. The saddest scene is seeing Charlie Callas playing the bartender. His schtick is almost as old as he looks, and he looks REALLY old. Leon Head plays Detective Oakenshield as an English version of Inspector Clouseau. Uncoordinated and unorthodox, he stumbles upon the solution to the murders. Unfortunately for him, his new girlfriend, played by Michelle Bauer (Bikini Drive-In), also turns out to be a Venusian. Fortunately for him, his partner on the police force is really an intergalactic bounty hunter. I have to deduct one star from this movie because of its abrupt ending. The closing credits end with the tease, watch for "Vampire Vixens II: Oakenshield On Venus." Sadly, this sequel has yet to materialize."