Sight and Sound - 10/01/1994
"...This engaging material still has power..."
Description by OLDIES.com:
Nancy Archer is beautiful, wealthy -- the kind of woman who has it all, and she's had it up to here! Her mean-spiriting father wants control of her business, and Harry, her cheating husband, only want her for her money. Nancy wants to fight back, but she lacks the confidence, until the night she runs into an alien spaceship. At first, no one believes her crazy story; in fact, Harry sees it as the perfect opportunity to have his wife certified insane. But something has happened to Nancy since her alien encounter. Nancy never used to have a weight problem -- but overnight she's literally as big as a house. Nancy has grown to fifty feet tall -- and suddenly she sees the men in her life from a new angle: looking down on them!
A campy, neo-feminist re-make of the beloved original (yikes) about a timid woman who gains self-confidence after aliens turn her into a gigantic female terror!
After being zapped by a beam of light emitted from a U.F.O., Nancy Archer grows fifty feet high. With her new-found height, she's no longer a pushover, bullied by her womanizing husband and domineering dad. Now they're the one's who'd better watch out.
Video #90973 is a Spanish-language version.
Shot in Southern California. Aired originally on HBO Saturday, December 11, 1993, 8-9:30 PM.
Addition cast includes: Christi Conaway, O'Neal Compton, Victoria Haas, Kye Benson, Linda Bisesti, Ben Cleaveland, George Gerdes, Dru Mouser, Stephen Rowe, Edmund L. Shaff, Hilary Shepard, Hank Stratton, Berta Waagfjord, Barry Watson, Scott Williamson, Maud Winchester, and Rawn Hutchinson.
Copyright 1993 Home Box Office.
Rated BBFC 12 by the British Board of Film Classification.
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