Devil Girl from Mars (1954)


Directed by: David MacDonald

Stars: Patricia Laffan, Hugh McDermott, Hazel Court

Language: English | Subtitles: Spanish, French (embed)

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 4:3 | Dvdrip

Description: An uptight, leather-clad female alien, armed with a ray gun and accompanied by a menacing robot, comes to Earth to collect Earth’s men as breeding stock.


1.09GB | 76:44mins | 640×480 | mkv

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5 Responses to Devil Girl from Mars (1954)

  1. Gridlock says:

    She is a woman from Mars on the quest to obtain large quantities of fresh male sperm (the females on Mars badgered the men into Beta impotency much like they are doing on Earth) to save her dying female race. Dressed like the sexy police chief in 1980’s Flash Gordon movie, she traps a number of humans (2 females – 6 males with one an escaped convict) under a forcefield in an English pub far outside of town. With her walking Fridgebot and his disintegration eye, can brute displays of force compensate for an utter lack of seductive charm? If she wore an evening dress and walked calmly into an ordinary pub, just how much English sperm could she harvest at will? Is it wise, with access to the entire planet, to harvest British sperm, given how emasculated and wimpy they have become today? You can only discover this by watching this cheesy flick. Oh and she’s also immune to being shot, electrocuted, and chivalry.

  2. Wendel says:

    I invite anyone to download and watch this film.
    While “Plan 9 form Outer space” is often called the worst movie ever made, in my opinion it does ot even crack the top ten. This one, however, DOES.


    Watch it if you dare. And that you as always.

  3. Sci-Fi Fan says:

    Thank you. This is better video quality than I have seen from anywhere else.

  4. OSMOSIS says:

    Ha Ha!!! That description is a WINNER!! (And so is the “Name” of the Lead Actress–“Patricia Laffan”…all the way to the bank, I bet!!) Any way, this is a British Trash-Classic that came out at the same time as “The Man From Planet X”–with the same feel. Great for a funky Friday Night video party (from which, I can speak from experience regarding this film.). Thanks Rarelust–I accept this download “of my own free will”. (SEE how that movie burned into my memory? Ha Ha–sweet!)

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