A remote mountain resort in Switzerland is invaded by horrible alien creatures that like to decapitate humans. The beings are also in telepathic communication with people and inhabit a mysterious, radioactive cloud at the base of the Trollenberg mountain.
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WARNING: If you've ever been hypnotized, do not come alone!
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Did You Know?
For its release in America the film was cut down to 75 minutes, because American distributors wanted to get to the monsters faster. The full running length of the film is 84 minutes and is fully restored on the DVD release. See more
The jet bomber at the end of the film is an English Electric Canberra, except for one shot where it mysteriously becomes a late-model Gloster Meteor jet fighter. See more
[in the observatory room, looking out the panorama window
[spoken with German accent
Well, Alan. For the first time in weeks, the Trollenberg is free from clouds.
Yes - and let's hope it stays that way.
The films opening credits flash onto the screen when the passenger train rolls into the darkness of a tunnel. See more
Spoofed in Army of Darkness