The Killer Eye (2000)


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A deranged scientist is attempting to enter the eighth dimension, and in one of his failed experiments, one of his assistants loses his eye. However, that's just the beginning; the eye quickly expands into a huge, lumbering monster with sex on the brain.

Rating: R (adult situations/language, sex, violence)
Genre: Cult Movies, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Rolfe Kanefsky, Benjamin Carr
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On DVD: Mar 8, 2005
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The best part of this movie is the special behind the scenes feature at the end of the VHS copy I saw showing a crew member operating the animatronic tentacle groping a woman in the shower scene. The second best part is the guy in the movie who clearly thinks he's Brad Pitt in Twelve Monkeys.

Steve M.

This was horrible. I know it's supposed to be bad, but there wasn't even any good humor. It was just terrible. I can say I've never seen a huge HORNY eye before. Yeesh...

Trish walter

To call this a movie is giving it more credit than it deserves, really. The plot was seemingly cobbled together after watching a couple of 50's "B" movies and inhaling the contents of a can of Cheese Whiz. Check it; A "scientist" is doing some experiments in an attempt to gain entrance to the eighth dimension. But something goes wrong and this street-kid volunteer that the scientist has somehow corralled into being a hapless subject has his eye yanked out. This eye turns into a six foot "monster" that shambles along on tendrils of some sort, diving into the air ducts of the house.
Lord knows I've seen enough bad films, but it takes a special kind of bad to make me wince. I mean, there's bad - like a Roger Corman or Ed Wood film. And there's bad - like a low budget Italian import starring the director's cousins. And then there's bad like this fucking mess.

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