Watching this 1979 hybrid of horror and science-fiction, only one thing kept occurring to me: Who, in the world, is this movie for? The film work is terribly amateurish, the acting is strained and forced, the scary scenes are impenetrable and, despite being barely over an hour, it feels about twenty times longer. Even the Rifftrax crew has a hard time with this one, with the jokes landing less often than usual but with more sincere bafflement at the movie itself. It’s something to see for sure, and fans of rock-bottom Z-cinema should give this one a spin.
Rating: ★★★★ (out of 5)