1962, Adventure/Comedy, 1h 30m8 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings
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Critic Reviews for Eegah!
The first draft nature of the screenplay is betrayed by its repetition.December 6, 2019 | Full Review…
What makes it truly notable is the utter bizarreness of certain scenes.December 3, 2019 | Full Review…
Unwatchable without the MST3K Commentary.December 2, 2019 | Full Review…
While some awful movies only became known following their ribbing on Mystery Science Theater 3000, several films that were featured on the show were famous -- make that infamous -- long before their Satellite of Love slots. This was one of them.November 30, 2019 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review…
Even as riffing material, you may find yourself hitting the forward button.November 28, 2019 | Full Review…
Quote not available.January 14, 2005 | Rating: 1/5
Audience Reviews for Eegah!
Oct 29, 2011Up till this time I have missed watching this so called cult film/ Made with Drive - Ins in mind I'm sure its not a bad film. I was amazed to see a very young Richard Kiel who played jaws in a number of James Bond Films. In this movie he was EEGAH the giant who basically scared only 3 people until last 20 minutes. Archie Hall Jr what a hair job, don't see that today. Also a beautiful ford station wagon made a number of appearances throughout the movie. 3 1/2 stars. 10-27-11Bruce B Super Reviewer
Mar 09, 2011How hilariously bad can a film get? Watch this and see.Aj V Super Reviewer
Oct 26, 2008Primo MST3K material.William G Super Reviewer
Oct 15, 2007As the new MST3K Netflix original was being promoted I decided to expose myself to some of the old episodes available for streaming on Hulu and Netflix (there is a different random selection on each platform). Whether it is Joel or Mike watching these awful movies with the bots I do not envy the torture they are put through. Their snarky comments add some entertainment value, but my ratings are based on the movie's quality itself and not the extra material broadcast from the satellite of love. A kind of proto-Encino Man. A wannabe teen heartthrob with an impossible pompadour, a Fay Wray type girl, and her bumbling grandpa find a living caveman (Richard Kiel) in the desert. Throw in some King Kong tropes and a clichèd tame rock song of the period that is supposed to appeal to the teen audience while a "monstrous" neanderthal grunts his way around suburbia while all he really wants to do is protect his cave home and you've got it.Byron B Super Reviewer
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