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The tale of rock band KISS and their efforts to thwart a diabolical plan by mad scientist Abner Devereaux. Devereaux has found a way to clone humans into robots in his laboratory at an amusement park. It just so happens that he plans to uses the KISS concert as a platform to unleash his plan on the world. KISS must use their special powers to stop him. Written by
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If you are looking for monstrous special effects (even by 1970's standards), this is not the film for you...
If you are a KISS fan, it is definitely worth a watching. Especially if you are a classic KISS fan.
Brief synopsis: KISS is about to play for an amusement park. The brains behind this park (Abner Deveraux played by Anthony Zerbe) grows resentful that a rock-n-roll band is overshadowing the technical expertise that he created at this park. He vows all-out war against the band using his creations to attack the band members. And their secret talisman which gives them powers.
BTW, Gene Simmons does most of his own stunts, probably preparing himself for a future theatrical career (which he did, in the 1980's). Peter Criss's lines are dubbed in by a voice guy from Hanna Barbera. Strange how Peter Criss sounds the same as Dirk Daring from G-Force.
Anthony Zerbe does a great job in acting as the villain in this one. His best IMHO is in North and South as General Grant.
Ok, this is not an epic adventure that got critical acclaim, yet after a few beers, it is good entertainment.
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