The Video Vacuum (thevideovacuum) wrote,
The Video Vacuum


Director Roger Corman directed this back to back to back with The Battle of Blood Island and Last Woman on Earth. It has a lot in common with his classic Little Shop of Horrors: it was filmed in a few days, it was written by Charles B. Griffith, and it has cartoony opening credits. It’s nowhere near as good as Shop, but it has it’s moments.

A bumbling spy stows away on a gangster’s boat who kills off his passengers and tries to blame it on the local legendary sea monster. Unfortunately for him, there really IS a monster on the loose! One of the crew members makes (obviously dubbed in) and the other, “Edward Wain” is actually future Oscar winning screenwriter Robert (Chinatown) Towne. The tone is really out of whack and wildly uneven but Corman completists will wanna check it out.

Best line: “It was dusk. I could tell because the sun was going down.”

Watch fast for Corman using a telephone.
Tags: c, horror, roger corman
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