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In the Year 2889 & Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet-(2 Feature Films)
In the Year 2889 Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet
2 Feature Films
Actors: Quinn O Hare, Faith Domerque
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy
2hr 38min

     
     
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Actors: Quinn O Hare, Faith Domerque
Creators: Paul Peterson, Basil Rathbone
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Sub-Genres: Science Fiction
Format: DVD
Run Time: 2hr 38min
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 3
Members Wishing: 0

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Movie Reviews

In the year 1967
Edward Rasen Jr. | Maui | 08/10/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)

"In the Year 2889 should have been called In the Year 1967 because it does not rise beyond the year it was released. The script has more love/sex subplots than a soap opera and holes big enough to drive trucks through. The acting sometimes rises above a B-movie but the script seldom allows much opportunity. Unfortunately, it is not a good, bad sci-fi film or so ridiculous as to be entertaining.

Allegedly, there are some mutant zombies created by the atomic bombs dropped on Japan. For some reason they are congregating around a house in the USA. And, just to make things interesting, the zombies cannot live if touched by regular water, especially rain. Somehow they have managed to avoid rain for years or decades until the fateful day at the end of this film.

I doubt you will remember this movie more than two hours after watching and certainly will not have an epiphany from the experience. If I could, I would have given the film 2.5 stars but not 3 stars. It may entertain you but there are many other bad sci fi films that are far more enjoyable."
A Great Sci Fi Movie!
Edward Rasen Jr. | 03/16/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I bought this movie a few months ago, and had never heard of it beforehand. "Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet" seems as if it was filmed in russia, and they used a weird red tinted camera lense. It is fairly hard to follow. And don't be missled by the saber tooth cat on the cover, it's actually not in the movie at all.

In the Year 2889 on the other hand is in full color and a very thick plot. It especially interested me with the mutant zombies who are left over from a worldwide nuclear explosion. It was very well made and had excellent acting, and the tension and eerieness just builds itself up and never really goes away. Even two months after you've watched it.

It is well woth the money of a hardcore Sci Fi fan."