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InHumanoids: The Movie (1986)

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Action-packed cartoon about the age-old fight between good and evil. Mysterious events start to happen when the government Earth Corps unearths an amber monolith in a forest; meanwhile, an ... See full summary »





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Credited cast:
Liquidator (voice)
Fred Collins ...
Brad Crandall ...
Pyre / Crygen / Magnakor (voice) (as Richard Gautier)
Ed Gilbert ...
Chris Latta ...
D'Compose / Granahue / Tendril (voice)
Herc Armstrong (voice)
Stanley Ralph Ross ...
Redlen / Redsun (voice)
Richard Saders ...
Susan Silo ...
John Stephenson ...


Action-packed cartoon about the age-old fight between good and evil. Mysterious events start to happen when the government Earth Corps unearths an amber monolith in a forest; meanwhile, an unscrupulous businessman, Blackthorn, digs up a vine creature, Tendril, which frees the trapped undead beast, Decompose. Earth Corps must use their specially-designed armoured suits to track down the enormous monsters. In the process, the dormant Mutar species of Redwoods, Granites and Magnacore are reawakened, and join forces with Earth Corps to once again do battle with their centuries-old enemies, the Inhumanoids, in an effort to save the world. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

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Grana-Q: Stallwat was constructed by flesh slugs, uh humans, who fell under the cruel vice of D'Compose.
Herc Armstrong: Keep your eyes opened. D'Compose can jump out at us from anywhere.
[Sandra throws a skull shaped rock at Herc]
Herc Armstrong: HEAD'S UP!
Sandra Shore: [as the Granites and Herc go on the defensive] Herc please stop! You're hurting me.
Herc Armstrong: She recognizes me. Sandra listen to me we have to expose you to sunlight. That's the only way we're going to get you back to normal.
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A dark & horrific animated tale...
5 April 1999 | by (Havelock, Ont., Canada) – See all my reviews

This movie is a culmination of the first 5 episodes of the Inhumanoids television series. This was a great cartoon series although I would have to recommend it to more mature viewers. Extremely violent with elements of supernatural horror this cartoon was far different from many of the other cartoons of the time. D'Compose's minions are in fact zombies transformed at his mere touch! In seconds what used to be human is transformed, graphically, into a walking nightmare. With rotting flesh and exposed bones easily visible. But this is one of the things that makes this cartoon so incredibly pleasing to watch for the mature viewer. The story is filled with incredible mythos and fantastic creatures. The only disappointment you will find here is the end credits, in the sense that you will be sad that they seemed to come so soon.

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