Director, actor, editor, cinematographer, and special effects artist Joshua Kennedy created Voyage to the Planet of Teenage Cavewomen during his senior year of high school. Filming on the Texas/Mexico border, he used a cast composed of his classmates and teachers. The young auteur was influenced by badly-dubbed Italian science fiction films such as Assignment: Outer Space (1961) and Voyage to the Planet of Prehistoric Women (1967), as well as Amazon epics like Cat-Women of the Moon (1953) and Fire Maidens of Outer Space (1956). Teenage Cavewomen displays the same affection for the horror and sci-fi films of years past as Josh’s previous releases, Attack of the Octopus People (2010), Curse of the Insect Woman (2011), and The Menace with Five Arms (2013). Voyage To The Planet of Teenage Cavewomen: Twin planets, their orbits unhinged by atomic war, hurtle toward the Earth at a terminal velocity. A team of crack astronauts, led by Captain Matt Sullivan, is sent to evacuate the doomed worlds before nuclear missiles obliterate them. Arriving in an experimental spacecraft, they find two races locked in combat, the sultry teenage cavewomen of Vigus and the radiation-poisoned Bavans. With only 39 hours before total destruction, Sullivan’s team must find a way to end the interplanetary conflict before it’s too late. Starring Joshua Kennedy. Directed by Joshua Kennedy. Bikini Planet: A new planet is discovered in Earth’s solar system. A diverse team of astronauts hand-picked by the heroic Flash Rogers is sent to investigate. They discover a world where high amounts of silicon in the atmosphere have created a race of scantily-clad Amazons with voluptuous physiques. But with supplies dwindling, these atomic superwomen plan on harvesting the Earth for its silicon — before their heavenly bodies go flat! Director Derek Zemrak began his career inspired by the work of Edward D. Wood, Jr., with the horror feature Ice Scream (1997), starring Wood alumnus Conrad Brooks (Glen or Glenda, Plan 9 from Outer Space, The Sinister Urge). Conrad appears in Bikini Planet as the Vice-President of the United States. Bikini Planet offers a rare comedic role for “”Scream Queen”” Stephanie Beaton, who has starred in such horror films as The Evilmaker (2000), Evil in the Bayou (2003), and the Witchcraft series (1997-2000) Richard Van Vleet, who provides a hilarious impersonation of Bill Clinton, played Dr. Chuck Tyler on All My Children from 1975 to 2005. Starring Stephanie Beaton, Conrad Brooks, Richard Van Vleet, and Shorty Rossi. Directed by Derek Zemrak. INCLUDES BONUS INTERVIEW WITH CONRAD BROOKS.