Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women 2003 Horror Movie Review
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This Sci-Fi flick from the 60’s is just about as cheesy and low in production as they come. Half the shots were filmed for another movie by Russian filmmaker and the other half (the prehistoric women part) was filmed at a later time in Southern California. I actually know one of the actresses because she was my high school history teacher. That’s right, the actress credited as Irene Orton (the one who bites into the fish) is now a history teacher. She was working as a model at the time and got paid like a hundred bucks to act in the film.
So anyways, if you like cheesy, low budget Sci-Fi this movie is for you.
About Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women (2003)
Voyage to the Planet of the Prehistoric Women
Judy Cowart, Margot Hartman, Pam Helton, Paige Lee, Mary Marr,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
79 minutesDirector: Pavel Klushantsev,
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