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Totally moronic sci fi sleaze. Strangely watchable...
This is one of those movies that defies description. There's absolutely no way any words of mine can adequately convey just how stupid, cheap and cheesy this ultra-low budget 70s sci fi softcore silliness is, so I won't even begin to try. All I can say is that if you have a taste for trash ala Ed Wood, Russ Meyer, Jack Hill, or even (the absolutely worthless) Ted V. Mikels, then you NEED to see 'Wham Bam Thank You Spaceman' sometime in your life.
Two alien doofus studs are sent to Earth to save their race by bedding down as many human women as they can. That's it for the plot. 'Blackenstein' director William A. Levey looks like he had a budget of $100 to work worth. The aliens spy on "hot" babes getting it on, then by electronic jiggery pokery beam them up to their spaceship where they give them some good extraterrestrial loving via their unusual equipment. This is repeated with variations over and over, interspersed with some "humour" as comic relief. Cult fans will probably want to track this one down as it includes Dyanne Thorne ('Ilsa, She Wolf Of The S.S.) and Haji ('Faster Pussycat!) in the cast, but I wouldn't get your hopes up, it isn't erotic OR amusing. Even so, it is impossible to tear your eyes from the screen as long as this unbelievably moronic movie is running. Afterwards you will shake your head and exclaim "How did this crap ever get made?!"
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