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
Marty McKee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Every horror you've seen on the screen grows pale beside the horror of "THE BLACK SCORPION"
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Did You Know?
While filming the stop-motion effects at Tepeac Studios, O'Brien and Peterson were assisted with miniature set construction by Ralph Hammeras, who was at the same studio filming the visual effects for The Giant Claw
(1957). See more
When Sgt. Vega's body is found, Hank takes his gun away and mentions that every round had been fired. The gun is a 1911-series pistol; had all rounds been fired, the slide would have locked back. The gun is later referred to as a revolver by the radio dispatcher. See more
[after hearing an onimous noise
Ordinarily I've got nothing against moonlight nights, but I'll be glad to get by this one.