“I’m better than a human woman.”
Genres, Themes, Actors, and Directors:
Response to Peary’s Review:
… a “truly boring sci-fi parody (it is also a parody of westerns) with limp humor and uninteresting direction by William Sachs (who also wrote the script).” Peary notes that “the most offensive scene is set in an outer-space [‘human’] café that has women’s heads mounted on walls:
… and such dishes as poached legs on toast and fruit of the womb”.
He adds that the “picture has a cult because of Stratten’s appearance” but it’s doubtful most modern film fanatics will even have heard of Stratten, let alone be curious to see her in this tediously awful film. Definitely feel free to skip it.
Redeeming Qualities and Moments: