The plot follows a group of sexy space vixens who fly down to Earth, set up shop at a carnival (disguising their ship as a ride), and kidnap some earthlings for use in their scheme to conquer our planet. The humans, including Marcos (Rogelio Guerra), a crooked boxer and our hero, Silvia (Adriana Roel), his love interest, and a gang of comical mobsters out to revenge themselves on Marcos, are taken to the women's home planet. There they are held prisoner by the evil queen Adastrea (Lorena Velazquez) and aided by her selfless twin Alburnia (Velazquez again). Meanwhile, a standard issue hunky scientist back on Earth, who happens to be Silvia's boss, tries to rescue them.
Solid example of the time-honored 50s sub-genre featuring planets inhabited by only 20-something pretty women. Others include Catwomen of the Moon, Abbott and Costello Go to Mars, Missile to the Moon, and Queen of Outer Space. PIW offers no reason why there are only pretty young women on the planet. It's just a scientific fact. See more »