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Two outlandish, monstrous curios from legendary Texas director Larry Buchanan, creator of Mars Needs Women and The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald! In It's Alive!, a forest ranger (Disney star Tommy Kirk) and unwary travelers run afoul of a roadside zookeeper (Billy Thurman) who feeds people to his pet dinosaur-man (also Thurman, in a tatty suit). Then take a trip to Year 2889, where Paul Peterson (TV's The Donna Reed Show) is destined to father a new world after a nuclear war has decimated Texas. Unfortunately, he and a handful of other survivors must contend with cannibalistic, telepathic mutants!
This movie was so scary when we were kids and now it is fun to look at it and laugh.
Movies have come along way.
A Larry Buchanan double feature is sort of like two massive blows to the cranium. You're bound to be stunned, and may never fully recover! IT'S ALIVE! Read morePublished on February 24, 2013 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
this is so bad it's great. love cheesy movies. It's a turkey and proud of it. Syfi 3000 here i come.Published on August 27, 2012 by mcdvd
Ok, shlock is really , really low budget filmmaking , with awkward dialog , the cheapest of effects, often wooden acting , which often isn't the actors fault even. Read morePublished on August 18, 2012 by Michael Dobey
everything just barely ok as far as the entertainment of ITS ALIVE xcept needs more personal monsta story/action, and its face is too fake. Read morePublished on April 28, 2010 by John Lemoine
First of all I would like to say that I'm a huge fan of the old stuff!You want to know why?Because Hollywood's idea of great
entertainment these days is pretty much just throw... Read more
It's Alive (1968) American International Pictures moved into television in the mid 1960's with a package of their black and white 1950's movies, which local stations would purchase... Read morePublished on March 18, 2009 by Craig Edwards
It's Alive (Larry Buchanan, 1969)
First things first: let's not get this made-for-TV monstrosity confused with the cult classic 1974 Larry Cohen film of the same name. Read more
This is a really bad old sci-fi/horror movie from the late 1960s about a father (looks more like her grandpa) and daughter holed-up in the Appalachians trying to survive a... Read morePublished on July 18, 2006 by Kathy Hendrix