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InHumanoids: The Movie (1986)

Action-packed cartoon about the age-old fight between good and evil. Mysterious events start to happen when the government Earth Corps unearths an amber monolith in a forest; meanwhile, an ... See full summary »

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Ray Lee

Writer:

Flint Dille
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Credited cast:
Michael Bell ... Eddie 'Auger' Auguter / Blackthorne Shore (voice)
William Callaway ... Liquidator (voice)
Christopher Collins Christopher Collins ... D'Compose / Granahue / Tendril (voice) (as Chris Latta)
Fred Collins Fred Collins ... (voice)
Brad Crandall Brad Crandall ... (voice)
Dick Gautier ... Pyre / Crygen / Magnakor (voice) (as Richard Gautier)
Ed Gilbert Ed Gilbert ... Metlar / Senator Masterson / General Crag (voice)
Neil Ross ... Herc Armstrong (voice)
Stanley Ralph Ross ... Redlen / Redsun (voice)
Richard Saders Richard Saders ... Dr. Derek Bright (voice)
Susan Silo ... Sandra Shore / Barbara Walker (voice)
John Stephenson ... Granok / General Granitary (voice)
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Action-packed cartoon about the age-old fight between good and evil. Mysterious events start to happen when the government Earth Corps unearths an amber monolith in a forest; meanwhile, an unscrupulous businessman, Blackthorn, digs up a vine creature, Tendril, which frees the trapped undead beast, Decompose. Earth Corps must use their specially-designed armoured suits to track down the enormous monsters. In the process, the dormant Mutar species of Redwoods, Granites and Magnacore are reawakened, and join forces with Earth Corps to once again do battle with their centuries-old enemies, the Inhumanoids, in an effort to save the world. Written by Cynan Rees <cynanrees@hotmail.com>

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Mono

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Sandra Shore: [after Herc gets her on her back and exposes her to sunlight] NO! NOOOOOOO!
[Sandra returns to her normal size. Herc and Grana-Q kneel down to see if Sandra is okay. Sandra groans]
Sandra Shore: Oh Herc! I had a bad dream.
[getting up off her back and opening her eyes]
Sandra Shore: It wasn't a dream was it?
Herc Armstrong: No but it's over now.
[offering Sandra his hand]
Herc Armstrong: Let's go.
Sandra Shore: [holding on to Herc] Herc there's so much I have to tell you.
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Unheard of until recently
19 October 2002 | by Gareth_HackingSee all my reviews

I had never heard of this film until a friend mentioned that they had a copy and would I like to see it. 90 minutes later I could see why this is unknown nowadays. This looks like another Hasbro's attempt at creating a brand much like Transformers or He-man. Earthcore - the heroes of the film even have their own individual vehicles to ride around in. Was there a toy line for this film? I can't imagine parents buying their children characters like D'compose, a rotting corpse with an exposed rib cage and snakes head who turns people into zombies with a touch of his finger. Anyway, the basic plot follows Earthcore as they battle against 3 giant underworld creatures that the film is named after. Helping Earthcore are talking trees and rock men and a magnetic creature that's actually two in one. The animation is cheap even by the standards of the day. For example, one of Blackthornes' goons suddenly becoming two when Mary drives off in her car. One thing I did enjoy though was the use of split-screen during some of the fight sequences; shame there wasn't more of it. Oh, and one of the Earthcore members being named 'the Liquidator', which amused me for no apparent reason.


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