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3 items from 2009

DVD Review: Terror From Beneath The Earth

20 November 2009 5:23 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

We’re back with another tribute to the 1950s from the filmmaker who brought you The Monster of Phantom Lake, It Came From Another World! And Cave Women on Mars… Christopher R. Mihm!

This time around Mihm dives into the darkest nether regions of the earth where a horrifying shock sensation awaits that will bring you thrills, chills and suspense like nothing before! That’s right folks, another mutant creature that is hell-bent on destroying the human race… and this one will eat you alive!

Years of underground atomic testing are never a good idea, especially in the Wisawa caves.  Deep down in one of the cave systems caverns, a creature of the night has undergone a terrifying transformation and now it has a taste for flesh… human flesh!

Two small children enter the ominous caves only to be snatched away by a hairy clawed hand. Later that day, while »

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DVD Review: It Came From Another World

10 November 2009 3:57 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

Hold onto your seats folks, we’re back with another Christopher R. Mihm film, and this time he isn’t holding anything back.

Back with his signature 1950s style of movie-making, Mihm turns to the skies in the feature film, It Came From Another World! A second installment to his campy sci-fi tribute movies, we are promised “Excitement! Suspense! and Canoes!” as we are reintroduced to everyone’s favorite ‘A-Rockin’ scientist, Professor Jackson, from 2006’s The Monster of Phantom Lake.

Utilizing the same delightful humor as Phantom Lake, It Came From Another World! clocks in at 93 minutes long and let me tell you, this time around the actors have really hit their stride.

As the movie begins we find ourselves out in the woods with a Dr. Frasier, who is making observations out in the forest, as a mysterious rock from outer space crashes to Earth from the heavens above. »

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DVD Review: The Monster of Phantom Lake

9 November 2009 4:02 PM, PST | FamousMonsters of Filmland | See recent Famous Monsters of Filmland news »

In today’s world, it is all to common for Hollywood to take an outdated movie and make a modern day remake, but few dare to come up with something new and put it into an outdated movie!

Don’t quite follow me? That’s understandable. I’m talking about writer/director Christopher R. Mihm and his great films, produced in the last few years, which are shot as a monochromatic tribute to the B-grade, drive-in movies of the 1950s. Mihm has come out with a movie a year starting almost four years ago with The Monster of Phantom Lake.

The Monster of Phantom Lake, Mihm’s first film, was released in March of 2006 to make its mark on the world. Black and white and clocking in at 97 minutes long, the film is a true homage film, immersing the viewer into the blaring din of clichés as rubber monster suits »

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