There is a brief romantic subplot involving Hugh McDermott (The Seventh Veil, First Men in The Moon) a garrulous journalist (“Newspapers are published every day, you gotta fill ‘um with something!”) who always needs a drink (I’d like a very large whiskey and a very small soda”), and B movie maven Hazel Court (The Raven, Mask of the Red Death, The Curse of Frankenstein), a London fashion model on the rebound. They try to get things going but they can’t! Why? Because there’s a Devil Girl! And she is from Mars! Why Mars you may ask? And why is she called a girl? Shouldn’t a hot, leather clad, imperious alien female be a woman from Venus? In 1953 Abbott and Costello were headed for Mars but ended up on Venus with a bevy of beauties including Anita Ekberg the men having been banished (to where I forget I was just staring at Anita.) Here we are a year later and Nyah tells us of Mars' long and brutal war between the sexes in which the women prevailed. Despite Mars' superior technology, they are faced with a declining birth rate so Nyah is sent to harvest the best male specimens for, uh, “new blood”.
Aren’t all red-blooded males up to the task? As Strangelove said “There would be much time and little to do.”
Meanwhile Albert, whose been hiding in the attic, and the boy Tommy in his upstairs room have been watching from afar and stroll up to the ship full of questions. Nyah is having none of it and puts Albert into a trance and sends him back to the attic. The little boy is now hers! Think of all that sperm! She’s actually very nice to Tommy as she gently takes his hand and promises “Come, I will show you wonders that you’ve never seen before.”