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The Revenge Of The Teenage Vixens From Outer Space

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The Vixens are coming! The Vixens are coming! Boys, take your vitamins and girls watch your boyfriends, because these sex-starved voracious alien babes come from a distant world with no men and they are looking for action!The Revenge of the Teenage Vixens from Outer Space is an 80s underground sci-fi/teen sex comedy classic! Once a favorite of late night TV and local video stores, re-live your adolescence with this extras-filled special edition!


One glance at the title and you know this ain't a Merchant-Ivory film. Reversing the premise of the 1967 masterpiece Mars Needs Women, this one features a covey of gorgeous space babes who come from a planet without men. Having perused a teen fan mag, the female extraterrestrials assume that all males on earth are handsome hunks. They beam down and invade a typical high school, disguised as typical teenagers. Soon the outer-space vixens have infuriated every earth girl within miles because they have better luck scoring with the guys. Earthling Amy Crumpacker organizes a united front (in every sense of the word) against the invaders, only to discover that her own mother is an alien, having landed on Terra Firma during the Elvis craze. After this, things really start getting unbelievable. Revenge is engagingly acted in the sober, straight-faced fashion of a typical 1950 sci-fi flick. Despite the title, there's nothing remotely offensive in the film-unless you count the deliberately awful special effects. Break down and rent it: you'll come down with a loose case of chuckles in spite of yourself. --Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Revenge is definitely camp, though it features a more complex plot than such camp exercises as Zsa Zsa Gabor's "Queen of Outer Space" or "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes."...It's a well-edited little film, with a couple of spunky performances from the female leads, and special effects that are charmingly bargain-basement, like the flying waffle irons in "Hardware Wars." And it certainly knows how to poke fun at the genre. At one point a character announces that "this is just like in the movies, when all of the aliens are beautiful women and of course they all speak English." Are you listening, Zsa Zsa? --The Seattle Times, September 6, 1986

A super-low-budget science-fiction spoof, THE REVENGE OF THE TEENAGE VIXENS FROM OUTER SPACE concerns a quartet of semi-voluptuous women who come down from their manless planet after a teen magazine accidentally gets delivered there, to check out the action on Earth. They set about seducing all the boys at the local high school, making enemies of the Earth girls. Paul Morelli (Howard Scott) talks to his father about the strange things going on and learns that his mother is actually a space vixen who came to Earth 16 years before. One Earth girl (Amy Crumpacker) tries to organize the others to get rid of the vixens, but the Earth girls all get turned into giant vegetables. Angered by the opposition and the sexual inexperience of the local boys, the vixens go on a rampage and soon are turning whole towns into giant summer squashes and the like. This could easily have been a very bad film, but the actors play it straight and it ends up a pleasant little spoof. The effects are delightfully cheesy. With no nudity, little foul language, and only silly violence, the film is also much more harmless than most of its type. --TV Guide

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  • Actors: Schwedop, Scott, Crumpacker
  • Directors: Jeff Ferrell
  • Format: Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sovereign
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 83 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000V6LT6W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #266,033 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. B. Reed on October 9, 2008
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The Revenge Of The Teenage Vixens From Outer Space
This movie is so bad, it's good. I originally saw it many years ago on late night tv. It has such a serious cheese factor that one must see it to believe it. If you love movies that have some serious schlock, be sure to see this!

The basic plot is that aliens from another planet come to Earth and they are looking for love. They decide the best place to find this is to be disguised as teenage girls in high school. They woo high school boys away from their girl friends and all chaos ensues. The special effects are horrible, the plot is cheesey, but it is *so* worth it. Enjoy!
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Teenaged vixens?
It is not that farfetched!

Starts off hokey - gets weirder.

There is an actual problem with the film and it is not the cheesy dialog or the inept special effects. It is the fact that they are too obviously contrived for the film. They try too hard to be campy and it shows. They try to make "Old School" films. What we need are fresher tomatoes.

So what's in your garden?
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One of my favorites! This one is an oldie, so silly and intentionally bad, it's good. One of those Up All Night late night tv staples. Made in the 80's but plays off classic 1950's outer space movies. I love that it is acted with a straight face all the way through. And the teenagers are played by - shocking notion - actual teenagers! Very cute, PG rated comedy that will make you laugh while groaning.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By NathanBrazil on December 29, 2007
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This movie is so bad on so many levels it defies description. It does not work well as an attempt to be another plan 9 from outer space which the director must have been trying copy. I have no idea why this is an unrated disk, there is no nudity in movie. It should have been rated "G". Save your time and money and look else where.
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