A classic B-Movie Sci-Fi packed with spacecraft, monsters and prehistoric scantilly clad women. Cosmonauts journey to Venus and discover a world full of monsters and sexy women who worship a massive creature. Soon the cosmonauts are in danger because they kill the holy beast. The women turn on them and they escape the planet, leaving behind their robot which soon becomes the new object of worship for the Venusian women.

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  • Runtime 1 hr 19 min
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  • QualityHD

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Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women: Classic Sci-Fi
Matt Dole
Cult classic

This is a cult classic film that I highly recommend!

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