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Edgar G. Ulmer
I love old adventure/fantasy movies like this, where the acting is over-done, the Technicolor is glowing, the art direction flawless, and the costumes so over-decorated you'd think it was Shakespeare In the Park. This one is no exception! It concerns a group of explorers who become stranded in the desert when trying to help a lost countryman. They save his life and are `welcomed' into the city of Atlantis, which, prior to common belief, actually sank into the sand. Once inside, however, they have to fight for their lives against a malicious queen, her servants, and the threat of an atomic bomb testing site near by. Elegant to the last frame, this is a movie to savor! Leave it up to Something Weird Video to preserve weird gems like this for people who love classic cheese ball movies that are made with passion and style.
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