Today’s movies are brought to you by the letter ‘W’, for Women.

THE WILD WOMEN OF WONGO, 1958 color (Pathecolor, specifically)
As the song goes, If loving you is Wongo, I don’t want to be Wrighto. Or something like that. Apparently Mother Nature and Father Time tried an experiment, then blamed the resulting mess on the Wild Women of Wongo. Seriously, opening lines...
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Been sick for a while so I got behind on the reviews.

BLOOD TIDE, 1982 color (though mostly really dark nights)
Going by the title, I’m guessing lots of people die in the ocean. Let’s see, stupid American couple looking for guy’s sister, Madelaine (who’s become a bit loony), find her working with an American “archaeologist”, Frye (James Earl Jones! Ahhh...
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SNOWBEAST, 1977 color
Watch out Colorado! Some sort of beast that likes snow has come to town! As anticipated, there is lots of 70’s music and slow-motion skiing montages. Lots of interpersonal drama. Carnival at a ski lodge. So much fun, until the bodies start piling up. Jennifer is apparently torn apart by the creature, leaving searchers to find only her skis and parts...
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THE ASTRAL FACTOR, 1976 color
We start at the California State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, so we know this isn’t going to go well for somebody. Inmate Roger turns himself invisible (by just concentrating?) and escapes. Then he goes to his mother’s gravestone and has a fight with her? Even though she’s dead. He starts stalking women and strangling them. Creepy...
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FIRST SPACESHIP ON VENUS, 1960 color
Rock found in Gobi Desert shows that the Tunguska Blast was really a spaceship from Venus that crashed, leaving behind a data record. We have a lunar base, but have never gone to investigate Venus. Seems an oversight. So Earth sends a spaceship to Venus. On the way they face the dangers of a meteor swarm…oh wait, never...
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THE SONS OF HERCULES
Or
SON OF HERCULES: THE LAND OF DARKNESS
Or
HERCULES THE INVINCIBLE, 1963, color
Apparently they could not decide on the title, nor even if it was Hercules or his son Argolese. But they are certain it was in The Land of Darkness! Dun dun dun dunnnnnn.
Hercul…Argolese saves Telca from a lion attack. Turns out she is the King...
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WHITE PONGO, 1954 B&W
What is White Pong? Why is it white? And what other colors does Pongo come in? None of these questions will be answered to anyone’s satisfaction, is can guarantee, but let’s roll the footage anyway.
Wow, looks like we actually answered one question, the White Pongo is a white gorilla that is the missing link. So…Pongo means…gorilla...
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Monday Funday!

KILLERS FROM SPACE, 1954 B&W
Scientist Doug Martin is investigating the results of an atomic bomb test when his plane crashes and he disappears. Later he shows up at a military base and remembers nothing of the crash. After he steals documents and is chased, he crashes. He regains consciousness in a hospital and is immediately given truth serum (thanks doc) and begins...
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ASSIGNMENT: OUTER SPACE, 1960 color???
Reporter from basically New York Times is sent on a flight to a space station outside our galaxy to report on how things are out there. Nobody likes the reporter, that’s for certain. It’s easy to see why…he’s kind of a prat. We have questions: Why do they call each other by tag-numbers...
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Happy New Year to all of you! May your 2019 start off amazing and continue on that way. Much love to you all!

felicity:
I wish the same to you! ❤
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No new movie reviews at this time because I'm currently in Houston with the family so I'll have to wait for more time to watch videos when I return. Merry Christmas to all you who celebrate. Regardless, I wish you health, happiness and safety wherever you are. And much love.

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felicity:
Thank you, dear!! Enjoy your time! My best wishes to you.
olga_fotokadr:
Merry Christmas!!!)
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HERCULES AND THE TYRANTS OF BABYLON, 1964 Color
Herc, played by Rock Stevens this time, has a much higher budget this time. The slave trade is booming in Babylon, but Herc just says no! Still oily-chested, our hero sticks it to the soldiers time and again. He’s on a Mission, to find someone dear to him taken by the Babylonian slavers, Esperia, Queen of...
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