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Moon Zero Two (1969)

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Moon Zero Two - British quad poster. Image courtesy of hammerhorrorposters.com

Moon Zero Two - British quad poster. Image co


The colonisation of space began in 1986 and now, fifty years on, the moon is frontier territory. The prospectors, the drillers, the exploiters and the exploited all surviving in this alien environment. The prospects for lucrative rewards exist but the premium paid for potential gain is often the ultimate sacrifice- life.


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25 Jan 2012, 10:05am

Another "diversification" dud from producer Michael Carreres, infinitely better than SLAVE GIRLS (which says nothing) but still an ill-conceived misfire. Even the presence of stalwarts Michael Ripper and Adrienne Corri are unable to save it. The comparison to Gerry and Sylvia Anderson is an apt one, but that team's JOURNEY TO THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN, made around the same time, blasts this mediocre Hammer bunt out of the galaxy. Director Roy Ward Baker, fresh from his excellent work on QUATERMASS AND THE PIT, does nothing to give the dullness a lift and the movie marks the beginning of a downward slide in his work. The flick is further sunk by the unctuous hamming of American actor James Olson, who had done well in Robert Wise's Science Fiction masterpiece THE ANDROMEDA STRAIN but proved a dead weight in this and his other Hammer film, CRESCENDO. 4/10 POOR.