Joe Dante, Carl Gottlieb, Peter Horton, John Landis & Robert K Weiss – Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)

Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)

Published 28 March 2022

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Amazon Women on the Moon is A 1987 American Satirical Science Fiction Film that parodies the Experience of Watching Low-Budget Films on Late Night Television. The Film, featuring A Large Ensemble Cast including Cameo Appearances from Film and TV Stars and Even Non Actors, was Written by Michael Barrie and Jim Mulholland, and takes the Form of A Compilation of 21 Comedy Skits Directed by Five Different Directors: Joe Dante, Carl Gottlieb, Peter Horton, John Landis, and Robert K Weiss.

The title Amazon Women on the Moon refers to the Central Film within A Film, A Spoof of ScienceFiction Films from the 1950’s that Borrows Heavily from Queen of Outer Space (1958) Starring Zsa Zsa Gabor, Itself A film that Recycles Elements of Earlier Science Fiction Works such as Cat Women of the Moon (1953), Fire Maidens from Outer Space (1955), and Forbidden Planet (1956). [2]

John Landis had Previously Directed The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977), Which Employed A Similar Sketch Anthology Format.


Fictional Television Station WIDB TV, Channel 8, Experiences Problems with its Late Night Airing of Science Fiction Classic Amazon Women on the Moon, A 1950’s B movie in which Queen Lara, Sybil Danning, and Captain Nelson, Steve Forrest, Battle Exploding Volcanoes and Man Eating Spiders on the Moon. Waiting for the Film to Resume, an Unseen Viewer begins Channel Surfing, Simulated by Bursts of White Noise, through lLate Night Cable, with the Various Segments and Sketches of the Film Representing the Programming Found on Different Channels. The Viewer Intermittently Returns to Channel 8, where Amazon Women continues Airing before Faltering Once More.

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