|OxygenThief - 2009-11-04 |
I must own this movie.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-11-04 |
That's more complex than most 50s scifi movies I've heard of. Also I love that mankind's biggest enemy looks like a coffee machine.
Yeahhhhh... you know I never really understood how this thing was supposed to be scary. Do you think it's the inspiration for Galacticus?
|Albuquerque Halsey - 2009-11-04 |
An non-sentient alien energy-consuming Von Newman machine is probably the most realistic first contact scenario.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2009-11-04 |
It's kind of hard not to root for Kronos(!) in this movie. It's not that the people in the movie are detestable, it's just that Kronos(!) is so cool.
|Rudy - 2009-11-04 |
So Kronos! attacks via emotional assault? Does it needle you about your drinking and ask why your still unmarried, (after all, you're not getting any younger)?
If so, then consider me terrified!
|Robin Kestrel - 2009-11-04 |
The most bizarre 50s monster ever is clearly the brain-and-nerve creatures in "Fiend Without a Face".
This one is a close second, though, I'll give you that. KRONOS! Where, behind that building over there? Oh wait, he IS the building. Terrifying.
|twinkieafternoon - 2009-11-04 |
Kronus' legs are the cutest things ever.
|Merzbau - 2009-11-04 |
How have I not heard of this movie?!?!
I love the way it walks. And the wibbly sound it makes. And, now that I come to think of it, pretty much everything about it.
|Rum Revenge - 2009-11-04 |
Why would this thing come to Earth? If it eats radiation and electricity, then why can't it just hang out next to a sun for a couple billion years?
i'd go to the sun if i wanted electricity
|snothouse - 2009-11-04 |
Stand here while I put this tube over you!
|phalsebob - 2009-11-05 |
I thought I had seen every low budget 1950s SF and horror. I guess I am TERRIFYINGLY WRONG!
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