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Originally titled "The Eye Creatures", the studio decided to rename the film "Attack of the Eye Creatures". However, when the title card was re-done to add "Attack of the" and then re-shot to edit it into the film, it was discovered that the word "the" had been repeated twice, and the title of the film now read "Attack of the The Eye Creatures". See more »
A zipper can be seen on the back of the eye creature's body. See more »
I expected to be frightened on my wedding night, but nothing like this!
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"The Eye Creatures" is based on the slightly less ridiculous 1957 movie "Invasion of the Saucer Men," and is less an homage as an exact carbon copy, reproducing basically the same characters, scenes and lines, only worse. The one chance that "Eye Creatures" had at improving over the original involves the monsters and the way they are defeated (not to give anything away) but is squandered with the poor production values present. Eye creatures wearing only the mask of their outfit, or running around is comfortable tennis shoes destroy any possibility of respect for this film. Luckily this movie is short enough to be amusing, without stretching on into grating. Best watched on Mystery Science Theater, if possible.
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