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Missile to the Moon [Import]


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Product Details

  • Actors: Nina Bara, Gary Clarke, Tommy Cook, Cathy Downs, Mary Ford
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Black & White, Closed-captioned, Color, DVD-Video, Full Screen, NTSC, Restored, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: Legend
  • Release Date: July 17 2007
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000P6R9JE

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Johny Bottom on March 25 2004
Format: DVD
I will admit I liked Cat-Women on the Moon better, so that's the reason I give this one four stars. I think CWOTM had a much better cast. Anyway, the plot of this movie is pretty similar, the atmosphere on the moon is depleting and the moon maidens have killed off everyone who is expendable to lengthen their air supply. One can only assume the great 'Lido' chose who lived and died.
The wayward travelers from Earth are: the scientist who built the ship, his assistant and his girlfriend, and finally two escaped convicts. None of them can really act, the worst of which is the James Dean wannabe convict. Although the convicts are fun to watch as they become experts rather quickly at flying a rocket.
Well we got a giant spider. If it was a child's project, youwould say it was wonderful. The rock monsters are pretty cool and original. True they look like giant Gumbys, but just take it in stride.
I hate to give away the ending to this deep plot, but sunlight on the moon still kills and there is a power struggle between the Lido and her succesor that leads to disaster. Enjoy.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Surfink on Sept. 1 2001
Format: DVD
Missile to the Moon is basically a remake of Cat Women of the Moon (even reusing that giant spider) and just as much el cheapo fun as that film. I love the school-play-quality sets and props, amateurish acting, laughable dialogue, etc., (in short, everything you want in a Bad Film). For some reason the Moon Queen has ancient Mayan art hanging on her wall! (Attention Graham Hancock.) And those clumsy rock creatures are some of the most underrated 50s "monsters" (for originality if nothing else). Let's be honest here though: this is not a lunatic mess like Plan 9 or The Creeping Terror. It suffers from a bit too much technical competence to really achieve "warp" factor, yet remains a solid 70 minutes for crummy movie enthusiasts.
The DVD presentation is quite a bit above average for this type of movie. First, despite some minor speckling and a few damaged frames here and there, the print used is spectacular: good tonal scale, nice and sharp, clear sound. Overall, much better than one would expect. (In some scenes you can even see the creases on the backdrops.) There is no trailer included (unusual for Image), although you do get chapter stops and a special bonus "photo gallery" of dozens of someone's behind-the-scenes shots taken on and around the set, including many stills (some in color) of the "Moon Maidens" posing alluringly. Not exactly "the special edition," but a nice, atypical bonus for a set like this. C-movie nerds, grab this, you won't be disappointed. One star less than perfect 'cause no trailer and the (very minor) speckling and print damage.
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Format: DVD
There must be something in the Geneva Convention about these kinds of movies. Painful is a word that will come to mind time and again while watching this. Running a mere 77 mins you will feel as if 777 mins have passed by the films end, yet you wont turn away, nor turn it off... it's a test (not unlike an experiment on MST3K - but for real), it's a rite of passage... it's something you can show to your friends and watch as they try to get their minds around cardboard sets (literally - these sets are hollowed out boxes with knobs and wires punched through... and the rocket is a cardboard 2-D model that is so obviously flat that no amount of forced perspective can help it), wooden acting (you could build a table from the wood laid out in this movie), and confused ideas about the Moon (don't go there), space travel, female "issues", giant spider(s) and walking rocks (Gumby's prehistoric ancestors). But, it's not all bad... there are some real moments in this film. Perhaps the best being the society the women on the Moon have founded, and the mental abilites they possess and use against each other and our "hero's" - it adds up to a missed oppurtunity to make a minor sci-fi gem over a second feature on a double bill. For sci-fi library completests only... one last note, BOX ART - IMAGE has released these films with colorized images from the film, and I have to say they look fantastic. Pity the films could not have been colorized the same way...
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Format: DVD
This is a classic in the "so bad it's good" canon. Almost every aspect of this film is poorly realized, and it thereby has a kind of sub-genre "purity" about it. The special effects are far from acceptable under any other circumstances. Costumes are a camp spectacular, especially those of the Moon Women and their "Lido" with her ludicrous head gear. Monsters consist of the (very slowly) walking rocks and that giant spider with visible wires who got a lot of work in the late 50s as the inhabitant of many caves and planets.
Best of all, though, is the acting. Every cast member, without exception, is inept. Even handsome Gary Clarke, who later showed he had talent, is awful here. But the Anti-Oscar surely must go to Cathy Downs for her brilliant portrayal of an Earth woman among Lunar rivals. As they lead her to her doom in the jaws of the giant spider, she cries out: "No! Don't!"
See this movie for a truckload-o-laughs.
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