The Love Factor


Comedy / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

IMDb Rating 4 10 816


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September 8, 2021



Dawn Addams as Zeta
James Robertson Justice as Robert Martin Affectionately Known As' Bow Wow' / Robert Martin
Walter Sparrow as Nightwatchman
790.02 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
86 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by vampi1960 8 / 10 / 10

Sexy British James bond spoof

years ago i purchased this drive in double feature from the company; sinister cinema,the 2nd film is;when women had tails(70)it also features all the drive in intermission countdowns,snack bar stuff,etc; anyway zeta one(titled love factor on this double bill)is a fun James bondish spoof from 1969,it features lots of soft core nudity,and psychedelic images.its about an amazon like race of scantily clad superwomen that must fight enemy agents and such,robin hawden(when dinosaurs ruled the earth)is a secret agent like James bond who discovers the amazon race and helps them.its no classic but its a rarity to see a film like this.its drive in fare the 2nd feature however is very silly and lowbrow.but entertaining.look for sexy Valerie Leon,the busty brunette actress from hammers;blood from the mummy's tomb(74)as one of the amazonions.i thought it was a silly but entertaining little film.i recommend it.8 out of 10.

Reviewed by Mark_D-2 5 / 10 / 10

British sexploitation

If anything, "Zeta One" (a.k.a. "The Love Factor" and "Alien Women") proves that the U.S.A. doesn't have a lock on cheesy soft-core porn movies. In this one, a race of alien women (many of whom run around topless) kidnap earth women to repopulate their world. What sounds like a fun spoof of spy movies and sci-fi flicks fails miserably, due to many factors, not the least of which is that there's simply no point of view. The cast (and the script) seem to meander around without any real purpose. The secret agent character, James Word (played by Robin Hawdon of "When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth") seems to have two purposes in the movie: to have sex with every woman who crosses his path, and smoke cigarettes, since he doesn't seem to do anything else. A part like his takes a deft comedic touch, which Hawdon just doesn't have. The story is told in flashback, and the framing sequences featuring Hawdon and lovely Yutte Stensgaard seem to indicate trouble with the original film (Hawdon has a moustache in the main body of the film, but is without it in the framing sequences). Scenes dealing with a strip-poker game and Word's ultimate fate go on for what seems like an eternity without any real payoff. And top-billed James Robertson Justice gives a textbook example of a "where's-my-paycheck?" type performance. The British have a reputation for stuffiness, and if this movie is any indication, it is a reputation well-deserved.

Reviewed by gridoon2021 5 / 10 / 10

Trippy, with lots of eye-candy, but falls short of its potential

"Zeta One" (what's with the "Love Factor" nonsense?) is a curious mix of a spy spoof and a sci-fi sex comedy. The two parts rarely interact with each other, as Robin Hawdon's suavely bumbling secret agent spends most of his time in bed, usually in the company of a pretty woman, while most of the action takes place around London and in Zeta's extra-dimensional all-woman universe. For all its psychedelic effects and topless women, "Zeta One" is not nearly as exciting as it sounds: the comedy is rarely funny, some women are shown training in hand-to-hand combat but in the "action" climax they just zap the bad guys with invisible rays coming out of their fingers, the story often makes little sense (if the Zeta women can teleport themselves at will, why don't they just teleport themselves out of trouble when they get captured?), and even at just 82 minutes, the film feels padded. On the plus side, some of the women - especially Yutte Stensgaard and Wendy Lingham - show not only their wonderful bodies but some comic talent as well. ** out of 4.

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