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3/30/2021 2:42 am  #1


SHIP OF MONSTERS. SADLY in spanish.




Here we have a marvel from 1960, a science-fiction film to make "Queen of Outer Space" seem like "The Day the Earth Stood Still".  A singing caballero, a robot romancing a juke box, a flying vampire woman when you least expect one...a film even with a cow named Lollobrigida.

Two Venusian women, Gamma (Lepe) and Beta (Velázquez), are sent on a mission by their queen (Consuelo Frank) to search for males to repopulate the planet. Along the way, they and their servant, Tor the robot, acquire a colorful array of male extraterrestrial creatures in their "ship of monsters", including Martian prince Tagual, Uk the cyclops, Utirr the spider and skeletal Zok. Landing in Mexico, Gamma and Beta become enamored with singing cowboy Lauriano (Eulalio González).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Ship_of_Monsters

 

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Re: SHIP OF MONSTERS. SADLY in spanish.


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3/30/2021 2:53 am  #3


Re: SHIP OF MONSTERS. SADLY in spanish.

CULT CORNER: THE SHIP OF MONSTERSPosted on March 7, 2018 by reelsteelcinema Leave a Commenthttps://reelsteelsheffield.files.wordpress.com/2018/03/tsom-1.jpg?w=1200&h=954&crop=1
1960Director: Rogelio A. GonzálezStarring: Eulalio GonzálezAna Bertha LepeLorena VelázquezHeberto Dávila Jr.Manuel AlvaradoWords – Nathan ScatcherdLa Nave de los Monstruos (or ‘The Ship of Monsters‘) is a rare breed; a sci-fi comedy Western romance hybrid (with musical interludes!), displaying contemporary US genre tropes filtered through gonzo Mexican sensibilities to create something truly unique and memorable.
This film has it all – space travel, beautiful women, a robot, cowboys, vampirism, and of course the titular monsters – on a low budget which is more than made up for in sheer charm, bolstered with the kind of boundless creative imagination and enthusiasm necessitated by the combination of big ideas and a small amount of money with which to realise them.Two women from outer space – the Venusian Gamma (Lepe) and Beta (Velázquez) – are tasked by their queen to capture the males of various planets, so the all-female Venus can be repopulated. Onboard their ship are the abducted monstrous males Tagual (a Martian prince); the cyclopean Uk; the creepy arachnid-esque Utirr, and Zok (who appears to be a human skeleton with the skull of a wolf or dog… not sure how he’s supposed to impregnate anybody, but hey, sci-fi!).
It’s interesting how the monsters of the film are actually innocent victims (at least initially) if you think about it; as Gamma cops to early on, telling Beta to forgive their aggressive nature as they have after all been kidnapped from their respective planets for – presumably forced – breeding.Anyway, Gamma and Beta arrive in Chihuahua, Mexico, and immediately meet dopey cowboy Lauriano (González), who they decide is to be the Earth male, uh, ‘representative’ for their task. Lauriano and Gamma actually hit it off, which makes Beta jealous as she has taken a particular liking to the amiably dim cowpoke (who has a penchant for spinning extravagant lies about his ‘adventures’ down at the local bar, and occasionally springs into song; usually on the subject of how he longs for true love). This division between our two extraterrestrial ladies leads to the eventual vindictive release of the imprisoned monsters upon Chihuahua, although the film does actually take its time getting there, focusing more on light-hearted comedy mostly stemming from Lauriano’s stupidity, and his attempts to get Gamma to understand the concept of love.
González is clearly having a lot of fun as our foolish yet eminently likeable wide-eyed romantic. Lepe doesn’t get too much to do as, fundamentally, ‘the love interest’, but Velázquez leaves an impression as the scheming, jealous Beta (who as it turns out, ‘vamps’ in more ways than one).The Ship of Monsters maintains a leisurely, knockabout tone far removed from the ominous, portentous tone of similar US sci-fi efforts involving monstrous threats to the human race; herein lies its real success. It’s simply a joy from beginning to end, never taking itself seriously and displaying an endearingly whacky ‘kitchen sink’ mentality with its aforementioned mashing together of genres. The monster designs are silly in the right, fun way, being obviously cheap in a manner which adds to the B-movie charm. The skeletal Zok is genuinely quite unsettling, with a really creepy voice and a nasty, cracked cackle he’s fond of deploying whenever he’s onscreen.In fact, my only real complaints about this movie are that, once the monsters are unleashed, it’s actually quite brief and my boi Zok is barely utilised (I assume this is down to the budgetary/technical difficulty of showing him in motion; he really is just a skeleton with a canine skull). He left a real impression on me even though he only really gets to stand around laughing that horrible laugh, and appears to ignominiously fall into a hollow tree trunk during the final battle, never to be seen again. Maybe this means he survives…? I demand a Zok-centric sequel!Anyone who enjoys monsters, weird genre mashups or fun should get on this one straight away.


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3/30/2021 2:57 am  #4


Re: SHIP OF MONSTERS. SADLY in spanish.

Most of us have some idea of what a schlocky 1950s sci-fi movie made for next-to-no money looks like. It’s usually in black and white, on some kind of cheap set, actors in homemade costumes and practical special effects that wouldn’t convince most modern-day viewers about the movie’s ridiculous story of aliens, mad doctors or vampires. These are the movies that bring to mind Ed Wood, giant Gila monsters or men in Halloween costume-grade monster suits.Of course, these movies exist just about anywhere there was film production at that time — not just from the U.S. — but few countries tried to one-up the off-Hollywood misfits like Mexican filmmakers. Not long after the first schlock waves caught U.S. drive-in theaters by storm, they made their way south of the border where Mexican filmmakers like Rogelio A. González would take inspiration for a sci-fi movie of his own, the truly out of this world La nave de los monstruos (The Ship of Monsters) from 1960.We first board La Nave de los monstruos on Venus, where Gamma (Ana Bertha Lepe) and Beta (Lorena Velázquez) are sent across the galaxy to kidnap eligible men with which to repopulate their male-less planet. After acquiring an odd bunch of suitors, a malfunction forces their rocket to crash in Chihuahua, Mexico, where they met a friendly singing vaquero Lauriano (Eulalio González aka Piporro to his fans), who’s known around town as a man with a fondness for spinning tall tales. The locals won’t believe him when he’s telling the truth about the Venusian women, the monsters they have onboard and a plot to destroy their planet. In addition to cowboys and aliens, this movie features a vampire, a dance number, a romantic subplot, a monster built out of a human skeleton with the skull of another creature, a Martian with an oversized brain (attention Mars Attacks! fans), a robot assistant named Tor that can barely walk and a kid brother sidekick to Lauriano for extra jokes.González, with over 70 credits in his over 30-year career, didn’t just stick to sci-fi movies. He made his directorial debut with El gavilán pollero starring none other than Pedro Infante, one of Mexican cinema’s biggest stars from its Golden EraThe director, screenwriter and sometime actor made numerous dramas and Westerns, which perhaps explains the singing vaquero in a sci-fi movie — although that may have also been the idea of writers José María Fernández Unsáin and Alfredo Varela Jr.


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