Written November 04, 2008
If you have the chance to see Plan 9 From Outer Space with RiffTrax, GO! It is amazing. The movie would be entertaining by itself. (Know that you are seeing the Best of the Worst SciFi movie EVER.) The commentary during the movie is the funniest thing I've seen in a long time. I can not remember the last time I laughed so hard. My cheeks hurt from laughing so much. Ladies (or gentlemen), I'd recommend water-proof make-up. I was crying the whole time. Two days later and my hubby and I are still talking about it. If you can't see it live, download the trax and rent (or buy) the movie. WELL WORTH IT!
Written November 07, 2008
Plan 9 From Outer Space has long been one of our family favorites. It's so bad it's good. It's funny enough by itself but with the commentary we were laughing sooooo hard our faces hurt! Really, if you have the opportunity to catch this show don't hesitate GO you won't be sorry.
Written July 03, 2008
This movie has been rated by Hollywood as the worst ever...so I went and rented it. However, it was so poorly put together, it was enjoyable. I highly recommend spending $2.00 at your local video store and picking this one up for a fun night of laughs and wondering "didn't they see how dorky this was when they were making it?"
Written January 10, 2009
For anyone serious about bad movies, PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE still rises to the occasion as one of the all-time greatest cinematic atrocities in Hollywood history to date! Made on less than a scrap of a shreaded shoestring, this artifact from the crypt of the late Edward D. Wood, Jr. concerning a band of ludicrously inept space aliens who want to revive the recent dead to destroy an equally stupid band of Earthlings is a stunner in every conceivable department: horrendous acting (how could it not with Vampira, behemoth wrestler Tor Johnson, and fake television psychic Criswell in the cast?!) screamingly bad direction, gobs of quotably asenine dialogue, and a story and plot-line plungered from the gutter of rehashed trash! This a must-see for everyone who loves to howl at the unbelievable realms of disaster in which this movie exists! Definitely from the so-ingeniously-bad-it-is-utterly-fabulous file! Truly, Ed Wood was the original genious with no talent! Good night Bela Lugosi!