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Sins of the Fleshapoids (1966)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 30 April 1966 (USA)
The survivors of a nuclear war are taken care of by robots called "fleshapoids." One day one of the fleshapoids runs wild, kills its "mistress," and hides in the home of a human female, for whom it begins to develop feelings.

Director:

Mike Kuchar
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Cast overview:
Bob Cowan Bob Cowan ... Xar / Narrator
George Kuchar ... Prince Gianbeno
Donna Kerness Donna Kerness ... Princess Vivianna
Maren Thomas Maren Thomas ... Melenka
Gina Zuckerman Gina Zuckerman ... Xar's Owner
Julius Middleman Julius Middleman ... Ernie
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The survivors of a nuclear war are taken care of by robots called "fleshapoids." One day one of the fleshapoids runs wild, kills its "mistress," and hides in the home of a human female, for whom it begins to develop feelings.

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Short | Comedy | Sci-Fi

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 April 1966 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Грехи плотапоидов See more »

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Budget:

$1,000 (estimated)
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Mono

Color:

Color
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A true treasure in the vault of campy films
27 March 2007 | by weaselvultureSee all my reviews

In order to judge a campy film, you have to use an entirely different rubric than to judge something more... high-budget. It is obvious which genre this film falls into, and if you're using the right rubric, it's hilarity all around! This movie has everything: CHEAP sets, props, and costumes; garish colors; weird music; hilarious actors; a ridiculous plot, and finally, dialog that is only enhanced in campiness by actually being WRITTEN onto the film itself, rather than spoken.

My only complaint really concerns just one scene, near the end of the movie, that seems to go on forever, along with really repetitive noises. But, I have a "thing" about repetitive noises, and it probably bothered me more than most. So if I can get past it, I bet you could, too! Anyway... this is possibly the most low-budget film I've ever seen. I am even taking into account Pink Flamingos (John Waters is my favorite director, if that gives you some insight as to how I judge movies), the budget of which was a mere $300.

The bottom line is, if you aren't already a big fan of campy movies, then you're going to think this is just a bad movie- a really, really bad movie. But if you ARE such fan, I think you'll appreciate it- very, very much.


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