Fri, 31 May 2013
In 1968, the Space Race was in full swing and the rest of the world was swinging along with it. In theaters, indie filmmaker Roger Vadim was releasing a space opera starring his then-wife Jane Fonda based on a popular French comic book: Barbarella. From the beginning, the film divided audiences and eventually became a cult classic, telling the story of super sex agent Barbarella sent to a hostile world in order to obtain an illegal weapon. But does the film soar amont the shag spaceships or should it be relegated to taking the pill? Eric, Kent, & Lobster take the challenge.
Show Notes: You can find Peter Canavese's Review Here.