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One woman - 25 pairs of shoes?!? It s impossible not to have fun with this all-time kitsch classic which as fans know is actually about a very big woman with a very bad attitude.The woman is wealthy Nancy Archer (Allison Hayes) fresh from the looney bin and ticked off. Her rat of a husband (William Hudson) has been at play while the feline s away putting the moves on Honey Parker (Yvette Vickers Playboy s Miss July 1959) and scheming about the day when Nancy s fortune will be theirs. That day will never come - not after Nancy has an alien encounter that zaps her metabollism into overdrive. Soon Nancy s size matches her rage. She ll prove big girls don t cry they get even.Running Time: 236 min. Format: DVD MOVIE. Genre: SCI-FI/FANTASY. Rating: NR. Age: 085391145219. UPC: 085391145219. Manufacturer No: 114521
Three amusing horror flicks feature on CULT CAMP CLASSICS VOLUME 1. The theme is "Sci-Fi Thrillers," and the feature films included are the 1958 version of ATTACK OF THE 50 FT. WOMAN, GIANT BEHEMOTH, and QUEEN OF OUTER SPACE. Please see individual titles for synopsis information.
[Attack] Attack of the 50 Foot Woman shapes up as a minor offering for the scifi trade where demands aren't too great...The production is the story of a femme who overnight grows into a murderous giantess, out to get husband who's cheating with another woman. Growth was caused by ray burns suffered when she's seized by huge monster, who lands in the desert near home in a satellite from outer space. Breaking the chains used to restrain her in her luxurious mansion, she makes her way to a tavern where spouse is with his lady love and literally squeezes him to death before the sheriff kills her with a riot gun...Allison Hayes takes title role as a mentally-disturbed woman who has been in a sanitarium, William Hudson is the husband and Yvette Vickers his girl friend, all good enough in their respective characters.
[Giant] Old black and white horror movies are a gold mine for b-movie lovers. The English score big in my book with this movie about a electric and radioactive dinosaur attacking London. While the stop motion looks okay it's the acting and other effects which hurt me so. When the monster is "projecting" radiation by using it's electric current (make a physics project out of this and see if you pass)...We unfortunately spend about half the film slogging through the actors investigating strange happenings like radioactive fish and missing ships and they probably didn't succeed as actors. The scientists finally conclude that exposing the beast to a lethal dose of radiation will kill it and the injection should be done with a torpedo! Tread carefully near this movie everyone, it's a monster.
Christopher Smith, Bangor Daily News
[Queen] Zsa Zsa as an alien? Perfect.
Doug Pratt, DVDLaser.com
[Giant] ...once the prehistoric and irradiated monster starts doing his thing, it becomes too much fun to turn off.
James Sanford, Kalamazoo Gazette
[Queen] A laugh riot, if you're in the right mood...
Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress
[Attack] Cheesy fun.
Matt Paprocki, BlogCritics.org
[Giant] ...an oddity worth tracking down, mostly because of the names attached to it.
Scott Weinberg, eFilmCritic.com
[Attack] Old-school camp craziness of the tallest and most feminine variety.
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