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Zeta One

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Overall 7
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Zeta One

17 May 2013
  • Excerpt: Zeta One is another release of a long lost adult film on Kino Lorber’s Jezebel off-shoot label.  The film is a spoof of secret agent movies, most notably James Bond, but throws in a bit of a sci-fi element with women from space looking for other women from other earth so they can procreate with only the finest male specimens, or something.
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Rock! Shock! Pop!
24 March 2013
  • Excerpt: Directed by Michael Cort in 1969 for Tigon Studios, Zeta-One, also known as The Love Factor and Alien Women, begins when a British secret agent names James Word (Robin Hawdon) comes home to his ultra-stylish apartment to find that someone has made their way in before him. He removes his pistol from his pants (no need for a holster) and enters – only to find blonde bombshell Ann Olsen (Yutte Stensgaard) waiting for him. In fact, Ms.
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Overall 5

Zeta One: Remastered Edition

High-Def Digest
19 March 2013
  • Conclusion: 'Zeta One' is awful from start to finish on almost every level, however this movie packs enough fun, laughs, and breasts for endless nights of enjoyment, especially if you're with friends or showing this to someone for the first time. I still hate the fact that Kino never adds a subtitle track to their releases, as a lot of their audio mixes are poor quality. The video and audio do have their problems, but I believe it's all part of this exploitation experience.
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Overall 7

Zeta One (Blu-ray)

DVD Verdict
19 March 2013
  • Summary: Judge Gordon Sullivan's not looking forward to Zeta Two .
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Overall 6
Movie overall 5
Extras 1

Zeta One (1969)

17 March 2013
  • Conclusion: Though Zeta One is not a good film, I'm oh-so-glad it exists. This sort of low-budget English nudie-cutie could never be made again, not with the same earnestness and sense of unbridled fun. It's most definitely a curiosity, and really only recommendable if you're already into this niche sub-genre, but I'm glad companies like Kino/Redemption/Jezebel are around to facilitate this kind of release.
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