Giant scorpions demolish Mexico City. They have been released from underground caverns by a series of volcanic eruptions, and it's up to Hank, an American geologist to stop them. Written by
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We defy you not to get a genuine case of the horrors when you see "The Black Scorpion"!
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Did You Know?
At the conclusion of the scene where Hank and Arturo have arrived in the village for the first time, and after Hank has given the baby Manuel to the parish priest and are preparing to get out of the Jeep, a bird can be heard chirping followed by a cat meowing. Although there are special effect sounds and music added to the audio track, it would appear that they were otherwise recording raw audio as they filmed with little post-production work to clean up environmental noise. See more
The entire film is shot in Mexico, but the radio announcer, the PA announcer and the police dispatcher are all speaking perfect English with an American dialect instead of native Spanish. See more
For centuries, the prayers of Mexico's peasants have been their only shield against the devastating furies that have wrecked their homes and destroyed their lives. And so today, again they kneel, terrified and helpless, as a new volcano is created by the mysterious and rebellious forces of nature. The Earth has split a thousand times. Whole acres of rich farmlands have cracked and dropped from sight. And millions of tons of molten lava are roaring down the slopes, in a quake ...