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Candy Von Dewd and the Girls from Latexploitia (2002)

Not Rated | | Fantasy, Sci-Fi | 25 October 2002 (USA)
In the future, mankind is on the verge of extinction because of various biological mishaps. An expedition is sent to outer space to look for a planet with life forms that are "seedable". ... See full summary »

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Kate Birrell ...
Candy
Pandemonium ...
Queen of the Zons
Jacques Boyreau ...
Lieutenant
Scott Moffett ...
Captain
James Patrio ...
Corporal
Chuck Mignacco ...
Sgt. Chuck
Phil Mauro ...
Robot Phil
Brian Saxsenmeier ...
Private Sax
Patrick Fisher ...
Private
Amy Doan ...
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Lynda Atkins ...
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Paige White ...
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Tamara Li ...
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In the future, mankind is on the verge of extinction because of various biological mishaps. An expedition is sent to outer space to look for a planet with life forms that are "seedable". The ship lands on a planet that turns out to be populated by hot chicks in latex, who capture the crew. Complications ensue. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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Candy Von Dewd: He's really fucking that plant!
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Background Movie
10 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We know what "background music" is; this is music that doesn't hold enough interest in itself but works fine as a backdrop to other, more important, activities. That's how I feel about this strange concoction, which I rented from Netflix. It would work nicely projected on the wall during a rave, for example. It has nice colors, weird images, and would augment a goth-hipster party quite nicely. It's got drug references, girls in tight neon plastic outfits, etc. I don't think it was intended a "real" movie. I'd give it 1-2 stars if it were intended to be a movie since it's basically repetitive, incoherent, and humorless. But its psychedelic images are quite enticing, so for background, 7 stars is my vote.


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