- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 2 hours, 18 minutes
- Video: Color
- Released: November 25, 2003
- Originally Released: 1958
- Label: Image Entertainment
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Double-feature including plenty of female monster action! Includes:
ASTOUNDING SHE-MONSTER - Edward D. Wood, Jr. served as "consultant" to first time director Ronnie Ashcroft for this Atomic Age cult classic. In it, a geologist living in the woods with his dog has his house taken over first by kidnappers holding an heiress and then by a voluptuous blonde alien in nylons and heels whose flying saucer crashed nearby. It turns out this visitor has arrived to bring a message to the geologist, as well as tempt him with her literally deadly body. A unique fusion of film noir and 1950s sci-fi cheese, THE ASTOUNDING SHE-MONSTER is an entertaining and frequently hilarious cult classic.
SHE DEMONS - A cruise party takes a wrong turn and find themselves on a remote island inhabited by a tribe of sexy, modestly-garbed She Demons. But they're not alone on the island. Prepare yourself for some Nazi agents, a mad scientist, a war criminal, and a serum that transforms human beings into hideous beasts!
Description by Image Entertainment:
Astounding She Monster - Hollywood gangsters kidnap a Beverly Hills socialite in her Cadillac convertible and whisk her off to a remote mountain cabin where a curvy "starlet" in a spandex spacesuit lands in her "white light' spaceship to bring handsome leading man Robert Clarke a message and to heat up his hormones. One problem with this cosmic encounter--her touch is deadly! An Atomic Age cult classic that could have only come out of the Hollywood B-movie factory of the 1950s. If tough gangster dialogue, sleazy dames, petty crooks, rubber snakes, and Ed Wood films speak to you, this is the one! She Demons: A hurricane, island castaways, dancing native girls, female monsters, Nazis, a mad scientist, weird surgical experiments and a volcano--all prime ingredients for horror exploitation films. Or, in the case of "She Demons," one horror exploitation film. This lively, lurid shocker from writer/director Richard E. Cunha managed the remarkable feat of cramming all of these plot elements into its 76-minute running time.