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American crook Renzo Capetto sees a chance to make a bundle when a Caribbean island has a revolution. He plans to help loyalists (and the national treasury) escape on his boat, then kill the men and blame their deaths on a mythical sea monster. Trouble ensues when the _real_ monster shows up! Written by
Paul White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I've only seen Creature From the Haunted Sea the once and is one of Roger Corman's poorer efforts. He has certainly made better movies than this.
A crook and some others head for a Caribbean island and as he plans to kill some of these on the way, he decides to make up a story that a sea monster killed these people. What he doesn't know is that a sea monster does really exist and it then appears, causing panic and is rather hungry. The monster attacks the ship and kills some of the people and disappears to the bottom of the sea.
The monster in Creature From the Haunted Sea looks rather pathetic, a mutated version of the gill man. It has ping-pong-ball eyes and large teeth showing and is actually a man in a rubber suit.
This would have been better if it was a drama, not a comedy. The cast is mostly made up of unknowns and their acting is rather poor.
Come on Roger, you can do better then this.
Rating: 1 and a half stars out of 5.
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