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Attack of the Eye Creatures (1967)

The Eye Creatures (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 20 October 1967
Alien "eye" creatures invade a small town.


Larry Buchanan




Cast overview, first billed only:
John Ashley ... Stan Kenyon
Cynthia Hull ... Susan Rogers
Warren Hammack Warren Hammack ... Lt. Robertson
Chet Davis Chet Davis ... Mike Lawrence
Bill Peck Bill Peck ... Carl Fenton
Ethan Allen Ethan Allen ... Old Man Bailey
Charles McLine Charles McLine ... Detective
Nathan Wyle Nathan Wyle ... Col. Harrison
Bob Cowan Bob Cowan
Tony Huston ... Culver's Sergeant (as Tony Houston)
Jonathan Ledford Jonathan Ledford ... Cpl. Culver (as Johnathan Ledford)
Shirley McLine Shirley McLine ... Diner Waitress
Bob Brown Bob Brown
Donna Lindberg Donna Lindberg ... Harold's Girlfriend
Larry Tanner Larry Tanner ... Harold


Eye Creatures land on earth. The U.S. Air Force spies on some teens making out in the woods, then tries to prevent word of the Eye Creatures landing from leaking out. A couple of teens figure everything out and prevent the Eye Creatures from taking over by shining their headlights on them... Written by Dan Bleskan <bleskan@oxy.edu>

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The nightmare terror of the slithering eye that unleashed agonizing horror on a screaming world!


Comedy | Horror | Sci-Fi


Not Rated

Did You Know?


Apart from the usual stock themes, director Larry Buchanan borrowed from The Hypnotic Eye (1960) an early scene in a bar featuring the same tune Yvette Vickers danced to in 1958's Attack of the 50 Foot Woman (1958). See more »


When Stan and Susan are riding in car along with the severed hand, there is a very obvious string tied around of its digits being pulled to make the hand appear to move. See more »


Stan: You're very lucky to have a guy like me.
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Featured in The Making of 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' (1997) See more »

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So what are they gonna do? Stare at us to death?
17 February 2005 | by GafkeSee all my reviews

A small group of lumpy, oozy guys in rubber costumes land on Earth and proceed to just kind of hang out in the woods for a while. The military knows they've landed, and they've got their spaceship surrounded. Too bad there's no one inside of it. The teeners know what's going on too, but no one believes them because they're just kids! When a greasy drifter winds up dead at the hands of an Eye Creature, local clean cut and slightly bad boy Stan Kenton is blamed for it. But he, the drifters roommate, Stan's girlfriend Susan and her tower of hair all know the truth - it was ALIENS!!! And they're determined to vanquish the slimy enemies themselves!

This remake of "Invasion of the Saucer Men" is not only cheesy, greasy and depressing, it was also totally unnecessary, since little about the plot or even the script was altered. There's also the small fact that "Invasion of the Saucer Men" wasn't any great shakes either, so why bother remaking it to begin with? No one in this putrid mess can act, except for the guy who plays Stan and believe me, he cannot save this movie. There's so much to loathe in this film - Susan's gravity defying hair, the roommate and his striped sweater dress, the old guy with the shotgun and the horrible backwoods jargon, the incredibly foul and sweaty soldiers who spend the entire movie watching other people make out. The very film that this movie is printed on seems soaked in sweat and other less savory fluids. It's a bit like watching a cheaply made porno without any sex to make it interesting or entertaining.

Oh, and don't forget the Eye Creatures themselves, whose running shoes and turtleneck sweaters can be spotted quite easily. They instill no sense of terror as they lumber about, vomiting up blackberry jam and exploding into puffs of smoke whenever a light is shined upon them. These guys look like Styrofoam packing material come to life...a lethargic, pointless life to be sure, but life nonetheless.

The MST3K version of this film is great. The film itself sucks. The director is clearly a sadistic misanthrope who hates his audience. You have been warned.

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20 October 1967 (USA) See more »

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$16,000 (estimated)
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Azalea Pictures See more »
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1.33 : 1
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