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Wham-Bam Thank You, Spaceman (1973)

Director: William A. Levey
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Something Weird Video
Genre: Science Fiction , Studios, Something Weird, Sexploitation, Vintage
Running Time: 79 min.
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Because their planet will be destroyed in 500 years, two goofy-looking aliens land on Earth and commence Operation Procreation with a stroll down Hollywood Boulevard. Liking what they see, the two extra-terrestrials then do what they do best -- abduct Earth women for some quick, cheap flying saucer sex! Among the oddball side effects: the women are returned to Earth transformed into sexual dynamos, and nine months later, a baby alien is born... A crackpot adult comedy from the director of Blackenstein and producer Harry Novak, Wham-Bam Thank You, Spaceman is the science fiction equivalent of a dirty joke, complete with a bevy of Hollywood beauties.

Special Features:

  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Novak Sexploitation Classicks Theatrical Trailers
  • Harry Novak Theatrical Short: The Peeper
  • Theatrical Featurette: Daughters of Darkness
  • Gallery of Exploitation Art with Radio-Spot Rarities

GreenCine Member Reviews

Dissapointed by MMiles April 30, 2008 - 9:28 AM PDT
0 out of 1 members found this review helpful
I was looking forward to weirdness and comedy, but this movie doesn't have enough of either to keep you interested. The only reason I give it a "4" is for the hilarious alien costumes and "space ship". There is very little padding (which is where most of these movies are funny) around the vintage sex scenes. Unless you just think porn was better in the 70's, not worth the rental.

Classic Harry Novak by BMovieGuy July 17, 2005 - 12:34 PM PDT
2 out of 2 members found this review helpful
This hilarious soft core romp is classic Harry Novak. If you're not already a fan of his, this film is a great introduction. A solid B-movie comedy, and as such, the funniest moments aren't the one's the writers intended. Something Weird Video has done another excellent job putting this on DVD. The two shorts are as good as the feature.

If you like bad movies... by tomshear23 November 22, 2003 - 12:26 AM PST
2 out of 3 members found this review helpful
Let me emphasize that my rating of '7' is entirely dependent on your ability to enjoy completely horrible movies, and should not be considered a 'legitimate' rating...

That said, this is one of the most sadly hilarious bad movies I've seen. Although it's billed as an erotic comedy, it's really neither one. It DOES get comedic, but never where it appears the film makers wanted it to be, and when it tries to be erotic it just gets funny. The entire movie is written, acted, and filmed like it was put together by two 12 year old boys who just hit puberty and learned to swear. The sex scenes appear to be acted by people who have never had sex before, and the out of sync overdubbed moaning and groaning only makes it funnier... there's one point especially with a female overdub who is whispering and clearly TRYING to be erotic, but in the end just sounds like Gollum from LOTR... heh... Anyway... if you're not above laughing at the low-browedness of it all, you'll probably laugh yourself into a coma...

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