Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine 2001 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
As a youngester, and with an older sister who was at home alot taking care of her children, I would sometimes stay with her to help out. During these times on Saturday afternoons we would have the time to check out what tv had to offer.
Remembering how sinister Vincent Price was with what films I have seen him in already at that point, my sister made sure that this film was different. She used to go to the movies alot growing up, so i assumed she had seen this before. Think I was right.
From the start, I heard the Supremes sing the title song. WHAT A TREAT! I love the Supremes!
Then the film progresses. I saw Annette Funicello! I love her too!
Susan Hart is gorgeous. Frankie Avalon. Well, saw him too. Just wasn’t prepared to see him do slapstick and straight-forward comedy with clothes on as was used to seeing him in bathing trunks.
Vincent Price on the other hand was cool to see. His performance was off the cuff, natural, and down-right perfect.
To those who disliked this film: you have high expectations!
This film was created to cash-in on the James Bond craze, and American International seemed to sometimes like to make a buck by doing films like these.
I was entertained. I expected nothing more. Even though I grew up to experience film on a higher level, does not discount the fact that I still can get a laugh out of this film. It is great nastalgia, and still entertains on many levels.