Oh, there's no ignoring facts -- this is amateur-acted and poorly-financed, a student production made with a handful of friends. But the editor moves things along, and the soundtrack is a hundred times better than we have any right to expect. It's terrible and yet also sincere, and therein lies the charm: a no-budget direct-to-bin films that veers so close to exploitation and yet comes out fun, but Teenage Cavewomen does so. Yes, it's just like watching school pals make their own version of a Z-grade sci-fi movie, but in a good way. At 37 minutes, we can't even say it really wastes our time. Recommended for people who like this sort of thing (i.e., fans of MST3K)
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