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5.0 out of 5 stars Rainy Saturdays and the Saturday Afternoon horror double feature, August 29, 2007
This review is from: Icons of Horror Collection: Sam Katzman (The Giant Claw / Creature with the Atom Brain / Zombies of Mora Tau / The Werewolf) (DVD)
I'm still in the second childhood phase and looking for all the old movies I watched as a child. This collection features some of the movies that I watched on those long ago Saturdays. While not great they are very fun and in some cases very funny.
1.The Giant Claw= The last word on monster fx's. You can see the strings and the "bird" looks laughable, but the movie is still great fun if you let it be.
2.The Werewolf= An "atomic" twist on the old werewolf legend and really pretty good
3.Zombies Of Mora Tua= Silly and very funny.
4.The Creature With The Atom Brain= Brain dead fun
Not for all taste but some fun for anyone who loves these old cheesy movies like I do.
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Initial post: Oct 21, 2007 8:02:20 PM PDT
R. Gawlitta says:
I agree.
We who saw them at the Drive-In initially can appreciate the silliness. And they still resonate with a mild degree of suspense and humor.

Posted on Jul 10, 2009 1:18:30 PM PDT
I agree to.

As for me, I collected 'in the high hundreds (used) of these movies trying to find all of them I ever saw.

Over here, in East Tennessee, it was channel 10 Science Fiction theater and channel 10 Shock Theater. Then Super Car and Fireball XL5 (I can still remember their music!)

Yep...everything a growing red blood American boy needed to save God, Country, the World from monsters.

bye.
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