Thursday, April 3, 2008

SHE DEMONS - Nicholas Carras - "Diane Nellis Dancers" (1958)

"She Demons" is a fantastic film, and is the first on my list to go back and watch when there is some free time! This film is from the same insane people who brought you "Missile To The Moon" with music by Nicholas Carras, who also composed the music for "Drag Strip Riot," "Frankenstein's Daughter," "The Astro-Zombies" and more.

First off, you've got the conga girls to get the beat going just right!

The extra added bonus in this film is, even though it killed her career, the superb talents of Sheena of the Jungle, the blonde bombshell Irish McCalla! Right about here, they're trying to figure out what all these incredible, beautiful, talented dancers are doing on this island!

In this movie The Diane Nellis Dancers are totally out of control!! Of all the tribal dance numbers we've written about here, these gals are far and beyond the best.!!!!!!

Not only are they better looking than all the beauty queens in "Missile To The Moon" (except Sanita, of course), but these girls can, and I'm not kidding, actually dance!!!!

This jungle girl is beyond incredible! I don't know what island they are exactly supposed to be on, but me and Tabonga have got our bags packed up and are ready to go!

These girls are way gone mesmerizing to be sure!! They must have been incredibly good sports too, because as I was reading in "Return of the B Science Fiction and Horror Movie Makers: Writers, Producers, Directors, Actors, Moguls and Makeup" in an interview with director and writer Richard E. Cunha, the same girls really played as the 'She Demons' in makeup too.

In the same interview, Ricahrd Cunha said his wife wore the makeup for the final horror shot!

21 years later, Fleetwood Mac would release "Tusk" and not understand why anyone thought it wasn't original!!!!

2 comments:

rodan! said...

The dance girls really were good sports - in fact, there's one scene where a girl is topless, although, her back is to the camera. Hey, 1958!!

Greg Goodsell said...

This was a bad, laughable movie (politically incorrect usage of Nazi soldiers), but that final shot of the mad doctor's wife as she tore off the bandage was chilling to the bone!

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