Mars Needs Women!
Blake Watson | Winnetka, CA USA | 07/07/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Well, maybe not Mars, but some sort of mutant/alien/supernatural creature/force/entity needs women. For what, we don't know, nor do we ever learn. Nor do we (somewhat surprisingly) get the expected exploding alien-baby from the body (a la Alien, Humanoids from the Deep, and a dozen others you could probably rattle off if you thought about it).There's really not much to this film. It doesn't even have a lot of camp value. There is some, though: The breeders only take virgins and somehow in the midst of the metropolis (New York), all the female actors, from the teen dancer/ingenue to the 30-something doctor to the 60+ bag lady are all virgins.But ultimately there's not much =there= there. The 1980 "Humanoids From The Deep" has a similar plot and a lot more camp value (and Doug McClure) if you're looking for something like this."
Boston Co-Eds Targeted for Breeding
Joshua Koppel | Chicago, IL United States | 03/29/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"A Boston college is the site of a spectacular meteor crash. For some reason the college head (she calls herself the principal) can only think of the cost of repairs. No one seems to understand the significance, scientific opportunity, or financial gain the meteorite could bring. The university staff consists of the principal, and art professor and a janitor. The art professor has a huge, multi-level apartment in one of the college buildings.The meteor has brought a woman and a monster. The monster haunts some underground tunnels while the woman runs around. Eventually all of the girls on campus wind up wearing necklaces made from the meteorite. This makes them targets for the monster which wants to use them to further its species. The monster is violent but supposedly intelligent enough to pull off UFO abductions (year, right!).Eventually the police are brought in as cannon fodder (aren't they always?) and the principal and art professor must face the monster and try to stop it.The creature effects in this film are very well done and probably used the script budget as well as the effects budget. It is a pity to see a monster so well done and have the rest of the film so stupid. But this is one of those films that is so bad you just have to watch it."
The worst movie ever
Blake Watson | 08/12/1999
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This movie was so horrible that even Mystery Science Theater 3000 wouldn't touch this one. I rented it by accident, but the movie was so horrible that it took all of my willpower just to sit though it!"