Attack of the Giant Leeches
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Our story takes place in a swamp (where else would you find giant leeches?). There is a subplot involving a good-looking babe (Vickers) and her boyfriend and her hulkish husband. Forget all that nonsense and fast forward to the leeches practically leaping out of the water to capture the people who foolishly go into the water. Okay, maybe the leeches did not exactly LEAP, but they did float in a sinister fashion, slowly, I might add, and then pulled their victims under to be stored in a cave for leisurely blood sucking.
Nearly everyone else in this movie is clueless as to what is happening until almost the final minutes of the movie, when it suddenly becomes evident that GIANT LEECHES HAVE KIDNAPPED A BUNCH OF PEOPLE AND ARE SUCKING THEIR BLOOD OUT IN A CAVE. Had these people only read the title of the movie they might have had a clue earlier.
This movie could be another Roger Corman film that has so much schlock that it begs to be put out of its misery. However, with the exception of the lust...er...love story, this movie is played like a straight horror movie and turns out to be reasonably enjoyable.Read more ›
So goes Attack of the Giant Leeches. Underwater monsters that kill without warning from the swampy deep. Apparantly they have an underwater cavern under the swamp where they take their victims to feed on them later. The leeches themselves are a marvel of 1950's technology. They look more like starfish than leeches. Actually they look like men wearing large, unformed rubber suits. Our hero ends up blowing the swamp with dynamite. Of course he doesn't want to, he's an environmentalist (they had those in the 50's). Before he blows the swamp to hell though, he must show his physique and skin dive for a good ten minutes, giving female viewers a thrill. But to no avail, fighting leeches with spearguns is futile.
Now lets get to why anyone would really watch this movie...drum roll please......Yvette Vickers. Oh she is hotter than a firecracker this one. Beautiful legs, face, and a killer bod that she doesn't mind showing off at all. She's Betty Page and Mamie Van Doren rolled up into one. Look how beautiful as she runs through the swamp. She's all wet and she's breathing hard which accentuates her beautiful bosom. Is she running from leeches? No, from her jealous fat husband with a shotgun. How's that for asubplot? Check this movie out, you can't beat the price.
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This was a truly lame movie. I saw it once when I was 9 years old and I loved it. I can't say the same today. Perhaps Bill Cosby was right. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by poet76
This is an old creature feature. It's in black and white. I think it's from the 1950's. For the time and what they had to work with for the creature, it's not too bad. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Titian21
Another '50s sci-fi movie. Adequate. Sci-Fi channel you should be showing these and other '50s sci-fi movies instead of those lame excuses for quality viewing!Published 1 month ago by Dennis Ujimori
I'm a sucker for really bad B & W sic-fi. Sound quality was off, really dark scenes so it was hard to tell what was going on in some scenes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Priscilla Zig
I only need to say two words to review this camp classic horror film to anyone familiar with cult classics. ROGER CORMAN.Published 1 month ago by Imjusta Reviewer
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