Wednesday, February 13, 2013


Well, today may be a day of fasting, but coming up tomorrow we have a real Valentine’s Day treat for everyone. After years of badgering, one of our most frequent commenters has finally consented to take a shot at reviewing not just one, but two count’em two whole movies. Sort of. But I’ll let her explain that. So join us as Xena Catolica drops by The B-Movie Catechism to ponder Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet (sort of directed by B-movie legend Curtis Harrington, whom we met years ago with Devil Dog) and Voyage To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women (sort of directed by Peter Bogdanovich, a future Academy Award nominee, though obviously not for this).

Alas, there doesn’t seem to be any official trailers floating around for either movie, but here’s a couple of fan made previews for Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet that are fun in their own right.


Smiter the Archdeacon said...

It's hard to spoil such fare as these, so I hope I won't if I opine:

They set out to explore the planets,
but their listed results were all "pan it"s.
There's plenty of dames
in the celluloid frames
but the place had no Catholic janets.

Rocket Scientist said...

Ahhhhhh!!! I was hoping I'd never see a review of these. They were interminable. On the other hand, the review HAS to be better than the movies.

Anonymous said...

I remember these as awful, but strangely watchable awful -- at least compared to the other expired copyright movies on a "sci-fi classics DVD"


EegahInc said...

Smiter, one day we need to get you to do an all limerick review. Out of all my batgain basement 50-movie packs, I'm sure we could up with something inspirational.

RS, you had to know these would show up one day :)

Nick, my copies of these are indeed in the 50 Sci-Fi Classics pack. Are you insinuating that movies like Laser Mission and Zontar are somehow worse than awful :)