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Not too many characters, but the ones who are on the screen make every second count.
I bought the DarSky version expecting the film to be your typical rendition of an older, low budget B & W film with a bad print and generally not very good looking.
Along the way, the plane conks out, forcing a landing on a small, seemingly uninhabited island.
The Flesh Eaters is an old fashioned drive in monster movie, the kind I grew watching on TV. The movie is a bit gorier than most at the time, but nothing unduly shocking by... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arthur Daigle
I had not seen this since I was a teenager, and the memories came flooding back. Filmed beautifully, acting was very good, and the extras made it worthwhile. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Frank J. Altschul
Interesting plot. Over the top acting. Predectiable script. Just the thing for a rainy Saturday afternoon (or a late Saturday night).Published 19 months ago by James Scanlon
"The Flesh Eaters" starts out with the proverbial scantily clad young couple frolicking on the water in a boat. The guy playfully snatches off the girl's bikini top. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Max Fabien
I've been on a search for the worst movie ever made. I don't consider Plan Nine from Outer Space to even be close. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by BD King
Bad enough to be entertaining, but not really all that bad! Features attractive women, quirky performances, and pretty cool monsters.Published on January 14, 2013 by Bradley D. Hall
The Flesh Eaters(1964) is a low budget sci-fi-horror-thriller from director Jack Curtis and writer/comic book artist Arnold Drake. Read morePublished on July 21, 2011 by Jorge A. Zarco
Great movie for it's time. I believe it is one of the most over looked B-Movies!!! The FX are what makes this movie so real. Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by Buckshot Jones
An early (PERHAPS the earliest) example of the "gore" sub-species of cult horror genre.
The "effects" are, quite frankly, a yawn or laughable - depending on your frame... Read more