An astronaut comes back to Earth and crashes in a field, incredibly irradiated and wreaking havoc. Just as they have him cornered, he disappears, and the "real" astronaut is found 7,500 miles away in the Pacific Ocean, "alive, well, and of normal size." Written by
Jonah Falcon <firstname.lastname@example.org>
How did a 10-foot-tall monster get into that little bitty space capsule?
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Did You Know?
Director Bill Rebane
began shooting the film in 1961, but ran out of money. Years later, director Herschell Gordon Lewis
bought the incomplete film to team it with Moonshine Mountain
(1964) as a double feature. Lewis filmed some additional footage, added narration (which he did himself), and released it in 1965. Many of the actors didn't come back for later filming, which explains why most of the characters disappear without explanation. One actor changed so much that he ended up playing his own brother. See more
In the restaurant, the middle-aged couple say things like, "Remember that song?" and "Do you want to dance?", but no music is playing. See more
What you are about to see may not even be possible, within the narrow limits of human understanding.