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An alien is dispatched from a faraway galaxy to take over the Earth by "duplicating" humans and creating a race of zombies resembling animated pottery in this low-budget sci-fi film. Enjoy ... See full summary »
Arthur C. Pierce
Ro-Man, an alien that looks remarkably like a gorilla in a diving helmet, has destroyed all but six people on the planet Earth. He spends the entire film trying to finish off these survivors, but complications arise when he falls for the young woman in the group. Love that bubble machine! Written by
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Is considered to be the first science-fiction film with stereophonic sound. See more »
Selena Royle's name is misspelled, in the opening credits, as "Selena Royale." See more »
Have you made the correction?
I need guidance, Great One. For the first time in my life, I am not sure.
You sound like a hu-man, not a Ro-Man. Can you not verify a fact?
I meshed my LIP with the view-screen auditor, and picked up a count of five.
Error! Error! There are eight!
Then the other three still elude me. Is it possible they have a counterpower?
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Automatic Billion Bubble Machine by N.A. Fisher Chemical Products, Inc. See more »
The only people who truly think that PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE is the worst film ever made have obviously not seen THIS turkey. It makes PLAN 9 look like a Lucas/Spielberg/Cameron collaboration. From the idea of using a gorilla costume for a robot suit (I give director Phil Tucker an A for chutzpah!), to the "special effects" to the across the board bad acting, ROBOT MONSTER is just plain bad. My favorite scene is when we can see the hand holding the sparkling "orbitting space station" as it throws the exploding space ship at the camera (this is 3-D after all). > I actually got to see this on a big screen on a triple bill of this, PLAN 9 and ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES (which I think is an actual GOOD movie). Needless to say, RM was the highlight ("lowlight"?) of the evening. Tucker speaks of a film he made called SPACE JOCKEY that even HE thinks is "a piece of s--t". So far, this film seems to be lost. Has anyone seen it, and is Phil correct in his assessment?
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