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The Low Budget Time Machine (2003)

A conniving professor and his gorilla side-kick convince down-and-out astronauts to go on a time-journey to benefit mankind. Once transported to the future, they meet deadly space babes, a horrible monster and an army of mutants.

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Dr. Ballard
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Mook
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The Prospector
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Pinky
Hal Rudnick ...
Gootch
Sammy Zax ...
Luna
Eva Horton ...
Delta
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Gamma
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Omega
Vanessa Montoya ...
Plutonia
Dani K. ...
The Queen
Buddy Barnett ...
The Monster
Peter McTomney ...
Trog
Jason Anderson Wright ...
Grog
Nathan Chambers ...
Party Goer
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A conniving professor and his gorilla side-kick convince down-and-out astronauts to go on a time-journey to benefit mankind. Once transported to the future, they meet beautiful but deadly space babes, a horrible monster and an army of mutants. The last doomed survivors of earth are trapped by a cosmic plague unleashed in an apocalyptic future! Includes extensive bonus materials. "A loving tribute to classic sci-fi filled with retro hipness! Written by Ulf Kjell Gür

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Spacebabes Meet the Monsters  »

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space amazons
17 November 2003 | by (las vegas) – See all my reviews

I saw the film twice and thought it was a lot of fun. Who wouldn't enjoy space amazons, william sanderson, a guy in a gorilla suit and an original tune from frank black. There were a lot of in-jokes relating to several B movies and B movie culture. The only "low budget" aspects of the film were done "by design" and were there for humor, (the spaghetti strainer mind reading device for example) and shouldn't be confused with the production value of the film which was high. The editing, directing, attention to detail in regards to set design, and post production all make it unique.


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