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This mess is one of the worst science fiction movies of the 1950's. It makes Ed Wood's films look good. It does have its moments though.
The acting is terrible and too daft to laugh at. The guitar/piano music score, which hardly stops throughout the movie, is utter rubbish and drove me mad. The only good points about The Mesa of Lost Women are the giant spider scenes. Even the spider looks terrible.
This is grade Z rubbish. A real golden turkey.
Rating: 1 and a half stars out of 5.
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