Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women : Revisited by mooname ©


VJ Mix Art :

Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1968) is a science fiction film directed by Peter Bogdanovich. The film is an adapted version of Curtis Harrington’s Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet, which in turn is adapted from the Russian 1962 feature Planeta Bur by Pavel Klushantsev. No footage from Planeta Bur appears in Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women that did not appear in Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet, and the dubbing is the same…

Plot :

Astronauts landing on Venus encounter dangerous creatures and almost meet sexy Venusian women. The astronauts kill a creature that is worshiped by the Venusian women who then use their powers of nature to kill the astronauts but fail. At last astronauts leave the planet and their rebot that was burnt by the volcano fire is placed as a god by the venusian women who already have destroyed the statue of their previous god (bird)

you can listen and buy the original mix on:

http://mooname.bandcamp.com/track/voyage-to-the-planet-of-prehistoric-women-revisited

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Vj Clip Art :

Going on a mysterious trip with deep electronica mix for dessert…

(宇宙人東京に現わる Uchūjin Tokyo ni arawaru, Spacemen Appear in Tokyo)

in a Japanese science fiction tokusatsu film released in January 1956 by Daiei, and was the first Japanese science-fiction film to be produced in color. In the film’s plot, starfish-like aliens disguised as humans travel to Earth to warn of the imminent collision of a rogue planet and Earth…