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Using soundtracks and extensive footage from many old movies, this spoof/homage of 1950's science-fiction films brings back many favorite actors from these classic movies, some reprising their former roles, to help destroy a giant stop-motion monster that is threatening to destroy Los Angeles. Written by
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All characters and events in this photoplay are fictitious. Any resemblance to any real persons living or dead is coincidental. The reason for this disclaimer: In 1932, Prince Felix Yusuppoff successfully sued MGM for $1,000,000 because their Rasputin movie implied the Mad Monk snarked his wife, the Princess Irina. Now, here's a guy who admits to murder, conspiracy, political intrigue and an astoundingly degenerate lifestyle, taking a studio to court because Lionel Barrymore leered at a starlet. Ain't love grand. See more »
I really did enjoy this film. Laughed out loud and saw the joy and love that went into the compilation and final cut. The parade of science fiction memories and stars from the 50s and 60s is almost breathtaking. The script is wry and spot on the various targets writer Ted Newsom sets up and knocks down as this tale of lunacy unfolds. You'll laugh but I assure you, you will NOT cry. A beautiful scientist, a handsome hero, bumbling assistants, various squashed red shirts, a brain-dead cop and a grizzled and sad monster killer PLUS three gorillas (Count 'Em, THREE!) combine to give the true fan a couple of hours of hoots and howls. EVERYbody got in on this one, including my personal favorite brilliant scientist: Robert Cornthwaite. Rock on Newsom. It's a beauty! Bring it out on DVD! -Jessie Lilley: http://www.mondocult.com
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