Monster a-Go Go
The plot concerns an American astronaut, Frank Douglas, who mysteriously disappears from his spacecraft as it parachutes to Earth. The vanished astronaut is apparently replaced by or turned into a large, radioactive, humanoid monster. A team of scientists and military men attempt to capture the monster — and at one point succeed, only to have him escape again. Neither the capture nor the escape are ever shown, simply mentioned by the narrator.
- Stars:Philip Morton, June Travis, George Perry, Lois Brooks, Rork Stevens, Peter M. Thompson, Robert Simons, Barry Hopkins, J. Stewart Taylor, Lorri Perry, Del Clark, Art Scott, Leonard Gelstein, Aviva Crane, Dean Tompis,
- Director:Bill Rebane, Herschell Gordon Lewis,
- Writer:Jeff Smith (screenplay), Dok Stanford (screenplay), Bill Rebane (screenplay), Herschell Gordon Lewis (additional dialogue)
A space capsule crash-lands, and the astronaut aboard disappears. Is there a connection between the missing man and the monster roaming the area? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Monster a-Go Go torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: British Horror film with James Nesbitt who is trying to track down a werewolf/beast in Edinburgh. Dark and sinister it's a good effort all round.
(kr) wrote: I watched this film in the winter of 2017, so quite a long time after its premiere. I really regret that I missed it in the cinema as it is an amazing film written in a fresh way, starring one of my favourite actors Jake Gyllenhaal. Story is gripping and unpredictable, keeping you at the edge of the chair from very beginning.
(us) wrote: Good point is that the movie goes easily to many categories on any b-movie club: ugliness of 80's, wretched werewolves and strangeness of religion. The melting man and shirts deep on trousers. Yeah.
(jp) wrote: Funny in spurts, but that last act with the court scenes really drags the movie to a halt. There's also just something a little rapey about Ronald Colman, watch out Ginger!
(au) wrote: Ridiculous premise, but Van Damme is surprisingly convincing in his polar performances, and as always his fight scenes are kinetic and fun.