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I would love to say nice things about this, given the appearance of Roddy McDowall and such decent effects work from Randall Cook ("The Gate"). But the acting, plot and directing is just so poor that nothing could really save this.
Most people who have seen this probably saw it through "Mystery Science Theater 3000", and that is for the best. They not only do a great job, but this is among their funniest episodes. I would love to know if Leonard Maltin has ever rescinded his 2 1/2 stars...
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