Films listed in Bill Warren's 2-volume set titled "Keep Watching the Skies! American Science Fiction Movies of the Fifties," published…
Tigri and her stone age friends, all of which are women, hate all men. However, she and her Amazon tribe see men as a "necessary evil" and capture them for potential husbands. Engor, who is smarter than the rest of the men, is able to escape them. He discovers fire and battle enormous beasts.
Two great turning points in civilization highlight this tale of sexy cavewomen vs. dopey cavemen.
One: The discovery of fire.
Two: The invention of the little thigh-baring mini-dress.
In the pre-miniskirt year of 1950 the ultra-low budget Prehistoric Women surely held adolescent boys in rapt attention with its cast of women who spend the entire movie running around in short little cavegirl outfits. And in color no less.
The plot is equally skimpy. A bunch of girls in the dinosaur age whose mothers ran away from their domineering men years ago are now all grown up and don't know much about men other than that they don't like 'em. When they run into some guys out in the wilderness, they…
- Destination Moon
- The Flying Saucer
- Prehistoric Women
- Rocketship X-M
- Abbott and Costello Meet the Invisible Man
- Pajama Party
- Panic in Year Zero!
- Paradise, Hawaiian Style
Films listed in the "P" section of The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film by Michael Weldon (Ballantine Books, 1983), the single…
- The Amazing Transparent Man
- The Astral Factor
- Attack of the Monsters
- Battle of the Worlds
Every title of the 50-movie, 12-DVD pack, Sci-Fi Classics. Note that these are the titles included in the original 2004…