Synopsis by Hal Erickson
One glance at the title and you know this ain't a Merchant-Ivory film. Reversing the premise of the 1967 masterpiece Mars Needs Women, this one features a covey of gorgeous space babes who come from a planet without men. Having perused a teen fan mag, the female extraterrestrials assume that all males on earth are handsome hunks. They beam down and invade a typical high school, disguised as typical teenagers. Soon the outer-space vixens have infuriated every earth girl within miles because they have better luck scoring with the guys. Earthling Amy Crumpacker organizes a united front (in every sense of the word) against the invaders, only to discover that her own mother is an alien, having landed on Terra Firma during the Elvis craze. After this, things really start getting unbelievable. Revenge is engagingly acted in the sober, straight-faced fashion of a typical 1950 sci-fi flick. Despite the title, there's nothing remotely offensive in the film-unless you count the deliberately awful special effects. Break down and rent it: you'll come down with a loose case of chuckles in spite of yourself.
alien [not human], seduction, high-school, teenagers, vixen, small-town, sex, metamorphosis