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Although hampered by a low budget and some laughable model work, The Trollenberg Terror certainly has its moments.
The Crawling Eye (1958) is a bad movie -- but it's the good kind of bad, with not a mean-spirited bone in its gelatinous, pimple-shaped, tentacled, one-eyed body.
Arctic build-up to laughable eye finale is overall time waster
Perhaps "fun kitsch nostalgia" bad - but nowhere near good.
The Crawling Eye may be a good film to see on late night cable TV while you are hoisting a few at the bar.
A group individuals arrived at a snow mountain village where the mountainers began to die from decapitation, one telepathic girl suggested that something sinister is behind the gruesome deaths and the group set to find out there is an extra terrestrial creature (the Crawling Eye) residing within the moutains and seeking to destroy the human race. It's really more of a suspense film rather than horror. All the talking was too boring to keep me engaged, even MST3K couldn't help it
There's not much you can do when crazy eye aliens attack I guess, but the whole story is kinda stupid. It could have been better.
Cheesy and some laughable acting in this 1958 horror movie. I wanted to watch this more for my interest in Janet Munro, who was terrific in the early 60's sci-fi "The day the earth caught fire". She is little more than a pretty face here, with Forrest Tucker shouldering the serious performing. The rest of the cast are lightweight at best. What makes this movie interesting is this plot seems to be the inspiration for the recent movie "the Mist". Not a bad watch..just nothing special either.
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