The Green Slime (1969)
Average Rating: 4.9/10
Reviews Counted: 9
Fresh: 2 | Rotten: 7
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Release Date: Jan 1, 1969 Wide
Average Rating: 2.9/5
User Ratings: 943
This shoestring-budget science fiction drama finds astronauts plagued by a mysterious green slime that clings to the men's backs, then turns into tentacled, red-eyed creatures that kill their victims. Jack Rankin (Robert Horton) is sent to a space station commanded by Vince Elliot (Richard Jaeckel). The two have a personality clash but soon must set aside their differences to destroy an asteroid, believed to be the source of the rapidly multiplying slime. The object is obliterated, but the
Jan 1, 1969 Wide
Sep 25, 1991
Warner Home Video
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A sense of humor is required to appreciate this slice of goofy, cheesy late 'Sixties sci-fi!
Despite the camp presence of '60s rock, laughable costumes ... and of course incredibly goofy-looking monsters, 'The Green Slime' is a seriously good movie.
The Green Slime is a complete dud, though it's so cheesy that it probably has -- and deserves -- a cult following.
It's one of those films that's so terrible that it somehow is appealing to those who like B-film clunkers.
A stunningly cheesy old sci-fi corn-fest.
Perfectly low budget and delightfully over acted. This is what B horror movies is all about.
Hysterically bad sci-fi with an even worse theme song.
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