Robot Monster (1953)
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A young boy named Johnny (Gregory Moffett) is on a picnic with his widowed mother (Selena Royle) and sister (Claudia Barrett), when he meets a pair of archeologists (John Mylong, George Nader) exploring a nearby cave. Later, while napping, he has a dream -- that the Earth has been attacked by an alien named Ro-Man (played by George Barrows in a gorilla suit with a diving helmet), using the "calcinator death ray," and that he and his family (with Mylong and his mother now married) and scientist Nader are the only survivors. They try to elude capture by Ro-Man, who turns out to have some very human failings despite his mechanized mentality, including a desire to experience human emotions, which greatly complicates his efforts to destroy the family. … More
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Critic Reviews for Robot Monster
3-D raises the rating a mini-bar...but what a George Nader classic this is!
One of the most hackneyed, and lowest-budgeted, science-fiction films ever made.
The Tru-Stereo Process (3-D) utilized here is easy on the eyes, coming across clearly at all times. To the picture's credit no 3-D gimmicks were employed.
'For the budget and for the time' said Tucker, 'I felt I had achieved greatness'.
A really terrible monster movie, but a really entertaining viewing experience.
OK, it''s cheesy, it's stupid, it's cheap, it''s nearly inept, but, by golly, it's a hoot to watch.
A triumph of ineptitude, a bona fide turkey that deserves to be served up on the same table as anything by Ed Wood.
A man in a gorilla suit with a diving helmet and a bubble machine. Trash nirvana.
Audience Reviews for Robot Monster
Ro-man, an emotionless alien gorilla in a diving helmet, hunts down the last surviving hu-mans on earth. It turns out it's all the dream of an eight-year old boy, which explains why unrelated footage of battling dinosaurs pops up every now and then. Indefensible, and indispensable.More
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