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Vicious Lips (1986)

A band finally gets the opportunity for that breakthrough gig if they can make it to an "in" club on another planet in time.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Dru-Anne Perry ...
Judy Jetson / Ace Lucas
Gina Calabrese ...
Bree Syn
Linda Kerridge ...
Wynzi Krodo
Shayne Farris ...
Mandoa / Dead Mandoa
Anthony Kentz ...
Matty Asher / Dead Matty (as Tony Kientiz)
Christian Andrews ...
Milo - the Venusian Beast (as Chris Andrews)
Mary-Anne Graves ...
Maxine Mortogo / Ghoul No. 2 (as Mary Anne Graves)
Jeff Yesko ...
Hallway Heckler & Peeper No. 1
Eric Bartsch ...
Cecil Peabody / Peeper No. 2 / Pilot / Ghoul No. 1
Brian Maguire ...
Drunken Patron & Stagehand
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Brock Christian / Alien Pervert / Co-Pilot (as Don Barnhart)
Angela O'Neill ...
Ace No. 1 / Tod (as Angela Meagan O'Neill)
Steve Donmyer ...
Punker Ghoul (as Steve Donmeyer)
Jacki Easton Toelle ...
Desert Siren No. 1 / Alien Hocker / Parking Attandant (as Jacki Toelle)
Tanya Papanicolas ...
Desert Siren No. 2 / Human Hocker / Woman Driver
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A band finally gets the opportunity for that breakthrough gig if they can make it to an "in" club on another planet in time.

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Beneath a blood-red moon, the dream, electric. The planet, futuristic. The nightmare, animalistic. See more »

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16 December 1986 (Japan)  »

Also Known As:

Pleasure Planet  »

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References The Jetsons (1962) See more »

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Pleasure Planet
Written by Ed Greeley and Frank Ashley
Sung by Mary Ellen Quinn
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ST:TOS with Big-haired Beauties and Better Sound?
19 August 1999 | by (Bas-Rhin, Europe) – See all my reviews

"Vicious Lips" is set in the far future, where a band finally gets the opportunity for That Breakthrough Gig -- if they can make it to an "in" club on another planet in time...

Given that the plot features no major twists, turns or surprises, given that the set is extremely trashy, the number of locations limited and the choice of them not overly inspired, Vicious Lips seems like a longish episode of the original Star Trek sans the familiarity with the characters we all know and love -- so whatever persuaded me to rate it "excellent"?

I'm a sucker for Big Hair, and The Music of the Eighties, both of which the movie has plenty of, since the all-girl band's guitar-and-synth sound is vaguely reminiscent of the early Kim Wilde's, if both "rockier" and catchier (and a lot like that of "Radioactive Dreams", another Albert Pyun-movie of that era with a more coherent plot, but no big hair). Last but not least, the general air of ultra-trash somehow utterly fails to be annoying, lending a certain charm to the movie instead, soon turning the initial impression ("Hey, I could do that!") into a burning desire to phone up all your friends:

"Let's make a movie!"


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