DAVID WRONSKI'S TAKE
One thing I've always loved about the Bandit Motion Pictures/Forbidden Films family is how varied their releases are. With a small (yet high in quality) filmography they have tackled many styles - coming of age, lovecraft, slasher, and gross out gore.
Space Babes blasts us out of this world, to what feels like a long lost 'USA Up All Night' universe. This is easily the most light-hearted and fun rompa we've seen from Williams. This sci-fi sex comedy is filled with some good laughs and countless innuendos; our star ladies are named Carrieola, Vanassa, and Ragyna. If that doesn't give you some idea of what you're getting into I don't know what will. Top it all off with a perfect soundtrack, and you have the recipe for the kookiest intergalactic adventure you'll experience this year.
P.S. - Give me a b-movie Scrotes spinoff, where they crash land in some random city (preferably Bloomington, Indiana), and cause havoc eating babes while multiplying in numbers.
Brian K. Williams' directorial debut is basically Porky's in Space. That's a good thing. A very good thing.
Expect what should be expected, lots of perverted (but usually funny) jokes, boobs (in a film like this, they're boobs, not tits), goofy characters, and boobs. What I didn't expect to find however, was a surprisingly warm hearted story arc between the bashful well-meaning local, Charlie (Brian Papandrea), and the very adorable Space Babe, Carrieola (Ellie Church). So the film wasn't just pure raunchy titillation, it had heart, I like that.
If there were any complaints to levy against Space Babes, at least outside the ones that come as a result of its low budget, it would be that the film got a little too chatty Midway, and the awesome scrotes weren't used nearly enough.
Brian Williams, if you're reading this, Spaces Babes 2, more scrotes less chicken nuggets.