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Zorgon: The H-Bomb Beast from Hell (1972)

A reported monster is terrorizing a local community, but the police have no leads. A man who is fed up with the killings calls a handful of his friends and forms a posse to look for the ... See full summary »

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Zorgon
Jim Danforth ...
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Renata Danforth ...
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Sandy ...
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Don Kenoss ...
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Cheri Kenoss ...
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Mark Thomas McGee ...
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Leslie von Kriegenberg ...
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Randy Robertson
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A reported monster is terrorizing a local community, but the police have no leads. A man who is fed up with the killings calls a handful of his friends and forms a posse to look for the creature. They head to Bronson Canyon to see if they can uncover who's behind all of these deaths. Written by Rellik

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This was a film assignment for Kevin Fernan while he was at Pasadena City College, his professor ended up giving him an A- on the project. See more »

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Funny short
22 July 2016 | by (The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left) – See all my reviews

A monster terrorizes a small town. Since the police have zero leads, several locals decide to form a posse and go to Bronson Canyon to figure out what exactly is the deal with the monster. Director Kevin Fernan keeps the enjoyable story moving along at a zippy pace, makes nice use of familiar Bronson Canyon locations, displays a genuine affection for micro-budget Grade Z schlock (the titular beast in particular looks hilariously hokey), tosses in a few cheesy false scares for extra silly measure, and caps everything off with a priceless Scooby Do-style ending. Moreover, it's fun to see Jim Wynorski film regular Ace Mask, screenwriter Mark Thomas McGee, and special effects artists Rick Baker and David Allen goofing it up in front of the camera. Done without sound or music, this real hoot possesses a certain irresistibly crude charm.


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