The Film Crew: Wild Women of Wongo

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After MST3K but before RiffTrax, there was…. The Film Crew! This short-lived but hilarious four-episode project featured our own Michael J. Nelson, Kevin Murphy, and Bill Corbett as three basement-dwelling working stiffs tasked with reviewing movies for their insane boss.

What if there was a primitive island tribe where all the women were gorgeous and all the men were nasty-looking uggos? Might Mother Nature fix this by creating a tribe on a nearby island where all the men are hunks, and the women are brutes? You’d think not, but the makers of Wild Women of Wongo are not you. Wild Women of Wongo is a sex farce without the sex or the farce, set in a never-never land of uncivilized island dwellers who all look like someone going to a Halloween party as “uncivilized island dweller.”

Add a crocodile who comes in the form of stock footage and rubber model, a lot of awkward dancing, and an actress named “Adrienne Bourbeau” who refuses to actually be Adrienne Barbeau, and you got yourself a movie. Mike, Kevin and Bill will DANCE their way into your hearts with this riff.

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February 19, 2016

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80 minutes

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