Humanoids from the Deep (Monster) (1980)
Average Rating: 5.2/10
Reviews Counted: 9
Fresh: 5 | Rotten: 4
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Release Date: Jul 3, 1980 Wide
Average Rating: 3/5
User Ratings: 2,479
This gory, scary low-budget shocker from the Roger Corman stable concerns the battle over a salmon cannery in a Pacific Northwest town. Genetically treated salmon escape the plant and are eaten by coelacanths, who mutate into humanoid monsters with giant craniums and sharp claws. The creatures begin attacking teen couples, killing the boys and mating with the girls (in some pretty graphic monster-rape scenes). Eventually, a bunch of them create total pandemonium at the annual salmon festival.
Jul 3, 1980 Wide
Aug 28, 2001
Dr. Susan Drake
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It's easily the best film I've ever seen about an evil woman-raping sea monster.
Even on the Corman scale of quality, Humanoids is a decidedly lesser effort -- but that's not to say you won't have some fun.
Takes the theme of the Julie Adams-lusting 'Creature from the Black Lagoon' to an extreme that the censors would not have allowed in the 1950s...
You really need to go back and see how it was done back in the day ... with reckless abandon and lots of splattery fun in mind
An unintentionally hilarious fusing of mutated salmon and full frontal nudity
I think humanoids from the deep made this picture, too
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