Lifeforce (1985)

Lifeforce (1985), directed by Tobe Hooper.

Space explorers discover a vast spacecraft at Halley's Comet. Inside are dead, bat-like aliens and three perfect human beings in suspended animation. They shouldn't have brought them back to Earth, especially the female: buck-naked, seductive and destructive, hungry-looking, sucking the life energy from everyone she meets and zombiefying them. End of the world?

I saw this in the theater, on DVD, and now on Blu-ray. It is one thing to suspend disbelief; you could not enjoy a whole range of movies without doing that. But it is a another to abandon your notions of entertainment, to pretend you are enjoying a movie as clunky as this. The film is still just plain bad:

To be fair, it has some redeeming features:

Misc notes:

A discourse on nudity by beautiful women in movies:

Available on Blu-ray from Scream Factory. Said to be the director's longer "British cut", but I'm not remembering the differences. Several extras and two commentary tracks.