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This movie would have been a perfect feature for Mystery Science Theater 3000.
I saw this in the theater when it came out. I remember being really excited about getting to see a 3-D movie. I guess I was somewhere around 10 years old.
Even at 10, I thought it was one of the most ridiculous things I had ever seen. I did enjoy it though, as my friend and I sat in the nearly empty theater making fun of the movie, I enjoyed a real-life MST3K moment.
Serious scholars of horrible cinema should seek this movie
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