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Zeta One (aka The Love Factor): Remastered Edition [Blu-ray]

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In the tradition of ''Barbarella'', comes this sexy sci-fi cult classic from the late 60's! Following a game of strip poker, blonde bombshell Ann Olsen (Yutte Stensgaard) learns that Special Agent James Word (Robin Horden) is investigating Public Enemy No.1, Major Borden (James Robertson Justice). With the assistance of the nerdy Swyne (Charles Hawtrey), Borden is investigating a race of sexy, scantily clad super women, led by the shapely Zeta (Dawn Addams). It seems that attractive young women are being abducted from Earth and then brainwashed into serving Zeta, all wearing kinky, fetishistic outfits. Borden's plan is to track down Zeta and her seductive sirens and become their new ruler.

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  • Actors: Yutte Stensgaard, Robin Horden, James Robertson Justice, Charles Hawtrey, Dawn Addams
  • Directors: Michael Cort
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Anamorphic, Blu-ray, NTSC, Original recording remastered, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Redemption
  • DVD Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Run Time: 89 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 1.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (596 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00AOCDEHK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,958 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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[ZETA ONE (AKA THE LOVE FACTOR) - 1969 - directed by Michael Cort - Widescreen] An early (and somewhat embarrassing) example of late 60's British sexploitation comedies, 'Zeta One' (originally titled 'The Love Factor') serves up a decent portion of softcore nudity, trippy psychedelic scenery, some unintentionally hysterical dialogue, some uncomfortable attempts at real comedy and, unfortunately, very little else. Except for a few beloved Hammer film Euro-lovelies like Valerie Leon, Dawn Addams, Anna Gael, Carole Hawkins and Yutte Stensgaard. And therein lies its worth.

'Zeta One' was based on a short lived European photo-magazine that obsessed (rightfully so) on beautiful models scantily clad in futuristic clothing. At its liveliest, the film contains recreations of kinky photo-shoot favorites like catfights and fetish-fashioned femmes in torture chamber tableau, as well as colorful scenes of 'alien' women discreetly disguised in identical black wigs and thigh-high Carnaby Street fashions. Sounds fantastic, right? I thought so too, having a genetic weakness for 60's fashions and the bountiful babes who wore them. So shoot me, I was wrong. The original Salvation DVD release gave this as a synopsis - "A race of topless, large-breasted women from the planet Angvia, in another dimension, come to earth to kidnap women to repopulate their planet". Huh? And how might they procreate, if you don't mind my asking? And would you mind terribly if I watched? See, now there's your problem - when you screen flicks like this, these details shouldn't matter, 'cause most men stopped reading right after the "race of large-breasted women" part, and that's how it should be.
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By J.Surovy on September 5, 2013
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Well, I can clearly see that a lot of people reviewing this movie aren't taking it in the right way. Just finished watching it with two of my buddies and it's "over the top silly awesome".

If you are looking for "a movie" something of substance then keep going. If you are looking for a ridiculous romp to see with friends, then this is it.

There is nothing to be taken seriously here. It's just a weird little 60's movie that is great with the right people.
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An elegant implementation of the James Bond Sci-Fi genre. Reminiscent of Citizen Cain with subtle hints of Orwell. My soul cracked open and I wept tears of pure Kubrickian joy. My acne cleared up and I had a bowel movement for the first time in 5 years. James Robertson Justice's tour de force is a feast for the mind and soul, very much akin to sampling a fine meal from a master chef who has elegantly spiced a beef wellington to that perfect level, adding a dash of panache without overpowering the essence of the meal itself.
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Secret Agent James Word (I guess his word is his bond) has just returned from a mission. He is met by his superior's assistant (his superior is UU (Double-U like an upside down M)). She plays coy and sexy but really just wants the details of his mission. During breaks in apparent intimacy he recounts his tale.
He has been investigating a Major Bourdin who has been have a series of run ins with a mysterious force of women. They are led by Zeta and have the ability to teleport. It is unknown if they are from space, the future or another dimension, but they have set up a colony of women. They add to the colony through kidnaping and brainwashing.
The film appears to have made no attempt at being erotic (check out the strip poker scene as an example) and the plotting is wooden (although some of the actual acting is quite good).
In the end we learn what the secretary is really up to and the final fate of James. I have to say that I enjoyed it more than I thought I would based on the other reviews.
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By Angel on September 26, 2015
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Believe it or not, I liked it, but I didn't expect to waste so much time on exposition mostly taken place as pillow talk. I am not joking or using a metaphor for something else. The first 20 minutes is pillow talk between a knockoff James Bond character and a gorgeous blonde in bed together. It sounds great, but it doesn't quite work because it doesn't follow through with much action.

It's a cheeky little exploit film, with lots of humor however, I expected to see more of what was illustrated on the poster... a space adventure. It all takes place on Earth.

The special effects for this low budget were creative and the costumes were very good taking influences from the ancient Egyptians but again not as space-aged as the girl on the poster. I feel it was a little misleading and that was why I rated it so low. If you love, love, love low budget science fiction and you don't mind blowing a few brain cells, this is a great choice.
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Sometimes a movie can be so bad it's laughable and you stick with it - maybe even make a game out of it, a'la MST3K.

This movie is so bad you cannot even laugh at it. The only redeeming quality, I didn't have to pay for it. Thank you Prime.
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A quality cast (no, really, they're pretty good) and almost a good story. Horrible pacing. Starts off with a 25 minute conversation during strip poker and while that has its moments, it would lose 95% of viewers. The lead actor, James Robertson Justice, has charisma and several of the main women are very appealing. Could have made something much better with those actors.
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