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The Killer Shrews (1959) starring James Best, Ken Curtis

The Killer Shrews [monster movie]

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The Killer Shrews (1959) starring James Best, Ken Curtis

The Killer Shrews is a B-movie about a small group of people, trapped on an island with mutated shrews. Very, very, hungry shrews, that are on the verge of starvation. Very large, hungry shrews …

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Terror Beneath the Sea (1966), starring Shin'ichi Chiba, Peggy Neal, Andrew Hughes, Franz Gruber

Terror Beneath the Sea

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Terror Beneath the Sea (1966), starring Shin’ichi Chiba, Peggy Neal, Andrew Hughes, Franz Gruber

In Terror Beneath the Sea, will water cyborgs, created in an underground laboratory, put an end to the human race?

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Attack of the Crab Monsters (1956) starring Russell Johnson, Richard Garland, Mel Welles - directed by Roger Corman

Attack of the Crab Monsters

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Attack of the Crab Monsters (1956) starring Russell Johnson, Richard Garland, Mel Welles – directed by Roger Corman

In Attack of the Crab Monsters, people are trapped on a shrinking island by intelligent, brain eating giant crabs. No, seriously.

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Empire of the Ants, starring Joan Collins, Robert Lansing by Bert I. Gordon

Empire of the Ants

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Empire of the Ants (1977), starring Joan Collins, Robert Lansing by Bert I. Gordon

Review of Empire of the Ants

In short, Empire of the Ants is one of those giant monster movies that are so bad that you sit and watch it with friends, mocking it as you do. It gives the word “cheesy” a bad name.

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Terrordactyl (2016) starring Christopher John Jennings, Jason Tobias, Candice Nunes,  Jack E. Curenton

Terrordactyl

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Terrordactyl (2016) starring Christopher John Jennings, Jason Tobias, Candice Nunes,  Jack E. Curenton

Terrordactyl is a modern creature feature, in the style of the cheesy monster movies that we grew up with. Except for a few minor language issues, I recommend it wholeheartedly. It’s fun, fast-paced, with good acting.  It has a nice mix of humor and horror, and the special effects are fine.

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