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Attack of the Bat Monsters (1999)

 -  Comedy  -  7 October 1999 (USA)
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A group of low-budget filmmakers make a horror movie.

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Michael Dalmon ...
Chuck Grayson
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Antonio
Fred Ballard ...
Francis Gordon
Casie Tabanou ...
Beverly Carver (as Casie Waller)
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Jack Haroldson
Douglas Taylor ...
Larry Meeker Jr.
Robert Graham ...
Arthur Considine
Bill Wise
Robert Bassetti ...
Bobby Barnstone
Doc McFadzen
Glenn Zoch
Mark Spacek
Barbara Whitbeck
Emily Cropper
Patsy Goldwater
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A group of low-budget filmmakers make a horror movie.

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The character of Francis Gordon, played by Fred Ballard, is based on Roger Corman. See more »

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Francis Gordon: When the monster's dead. the movie's over.
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Absolutely delightful
12 October 2007 | by (Catonsville, Md.; USA) – See all my reviews

If you have any affection for 50's monster movies, you'll love ATTACK OF THE BAT MONSTERS. It's a valentine to the low-budget slapped together movies of a bygone era, most especially to the Lord of Low-Budgets, Roger Corman.

A low-budget film crew have realized that they have equipment and a location for a couple of extra days. Why not make another feature? That's exactly how Corman came to direct THE TERROR, in 1963 with Jack Nicholson and Boris Karloff. That movie was spontaneously filmed when Corman realized he had some leftover sets and a couple of days to spare after shooting THE RAVEN.

ATTACK OF THE BAT MONSTERS gracefully walks a fine line of celebrating bad movies without, itself, becoming a bad movie. It's not for everyone, but if you like the nasty old drive-in movies of that era, you'll love this one!


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