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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John Goodwin was cast on the basis of his performance in the student film by S.S. Wilson, "Recorded Live", in which Goodwin battled a stop-motion pile of hungry videotape. Goodwin also appeared in Tremors, co-written by SS. Wilson and Brent Maddox. See more »
This Thing is older, and wiser, than any Thing on Earth! I want to take it out to brunch, to discuss Nietzche, and Schopenhauer, and the Unified Field Theory!
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"Monstrous Movie Music" courtesy of David Schecter (Buy all his albums. They're a hoot.) See more »
Science fiction veterans coming back for their roles
I just happened to find out that most of all the secondary characters are veteran actors. They just had their old roles from others old-classic science-fiction movies back here for this one. Like the lady from War of the Worlds, who happens to be in both WOTW movies. Check them out and even if this is a bad movie, could be the greatest reunion of those science-fiction vets, making it a collectors item. You can see the relation with those movies on the "movie connections" section and try to find who's who from each movie. Could be a fun game in a boring afternoon. Remember, try to see it for fun and like a collection item, not for the special effects or the story.
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