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Creepy Creature 2

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THE CRAWLING HAND: A manned rocket returning from the Moon is invaded by an alien life force that possesses the astronaut, maintains control of his disembodied hand after a California beach crash-landing, and then imposes its will on a local medical student (Rod Lauren). Veteran players Kent Taylor, Richard Arlen, Alan Hale Jr. and Arline Judge struggle to retain their dignity in this five-fingered sci-fiasco! Features "The Bird's the Word" by the Rivingtons! 88 mins,B&W,1963,NR,1.78:1/16x9 THE SLIME PEOPLE: "Golden Turkey" fans, attention! It's a veritable voyage to the bottom of the sci-fi barrel as prehistoric "Slime People" emerge from the sewers of Los Angeles! The atom-age U.S. army is no match for this small band of spear-toting boogeymen and the city is evacuated. Left behind and forced to fight for survival are a TV sportscaster, a science professor, his two glamorpuss daughters, a bashful Marine and a nutty author in love with a sheep. "One solid hour of laughs" Psychotronic 78 mins,B&W,1963,NR,1.78:1/16x9 Bonus Features: THE CRAWLING HAND: Theatrical Trailer THE SLIME PEOPLE: Actress Susan Hart audio interview by Tom Weaver; Theatrical Trailer Product Specs: DVD5; Dolby Digital Mono; RT - 166 minutes; B&W; Aspect Ratio - 1.78:1/16x9; Year - 1963, 1963; SRP - $9.99

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  • Actors: Peter Breck, Kent Taylor, Rod Lauren, Alan Hale Jr., Allison Hayes
  • Directors: Robert Hutton, Herbert L. Strock
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: VCI Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Run Time: 166 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B2M7ENG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,683 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Terry Sunday TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 2, 2013
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Whatever your expectations of "Creepy Creature Double Feature Vol. 2," mine were probably lower. I had never before seen either of these shoestring-budget, 1960's-vintage, black-and-white films, and I had no idea how they measured up (or down) to the already low standards of the genre. Based on the garish lobby-card artwork on the front of the DVD case, though, I felt sure they would be, at best, forgettable schlockfests, or, at worst, a total waste of time and money.

Imagine my surprise, then, when I watched the two movies in this double feature (both are on a single DVD that appears to be pressed, not burned-to-order) in one sitting and enjoyed them both very much. Oh, there's no way anyone could call these "good" movies, not by any stretch of the imagination. But they're really not bad at all, given their limitations of budget, talent and special effects. These types of films tend to show up as blurry, washed-out, jerky, late-late-late-night offerings on obscure television channels, with 10 minutes of commercials for every four or five minutes of movie. The transfers of "The Crawling Hand" and "The Slime People" on this DVD are so crisp and sharp that the movies look better than they are. Kudos to VCI Entertainment for either finding excellent source material or for doing some good restoration. The plots aren't bad, either. Both movies are logically consistent based on their initial premises (the same can't be said for many modern films). The sound tracks are also fine. The dialogue is clear and precise, and the unobtrusive music doesn't drown out the actors' voices. Included on the DVD are two trailers and a 55-minute audio-only interview with actress Susan Hart by sci-fi film expert Tom Weaver that provides fascinating details and remembrances about making "The Slime People.
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CREEPY CREATURE DOUBLE FEATURE. VOLUME 2
THE CRAWLING HAND/SLIME PEOPLE
Here we have two very good transfers of 2 very guilty pleasures. Again VCI goes all the way with stuff one would not think deserving of the lavish release that this certainly is.
The highlight for me was the conversation with Roger Corman and `50s top guru of the genre, Tom Weaver. Tom has been interviewing people since forever, it seems, and he knows exactly how and what to ask his interviewee in order to get all the facts down for the history books. His conversation here with Susan Hart is a perfect example of a "Weaver-talk" that comes off absolutely cozy and informative.
Thank you VCI! I only wish that ALL vintage Horror-Sci Fi-Fantasy films could have the coverage that these two admittedly minor but schlockingly fun films are given here. There are a handful of commentators who are worth the purchase of a DVD no matter what film is contained therein. Mr. Weaver is right at the top of these select few. Please, VCI, keep this guy busy!
Also see Creepy Creature Double Feature Vol. 1 with THE MONSTER FROM THE OCEAN FLOOR and SERPENT ISLAND. The same excellence (and Mr. Weaver) is there also.
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These movies were made in 1963 but both have that fifties feel that I like. Enjoyed Peter Breck and Alan Hale was good as
the sheriff. "The Bird's the Word" made great background music.
The creatures in The Slime People were good for a laugh. The love storylines were a little silly, but I enjoyed this movie.
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I bought this because of "The Slime People," which I haven't seen in years. TSP gave me a righteous case of the creeps when I was four years old, and I never forgot it. In the last few years, it's been a rare movie, save for a really cruddy upload on YouTube, which is an episode of MST3K.
If anything, "The Crawling Hand" is even sillier, and, to my taste, not as much fun as "The Slime People" because it's so talky. Good, but not great.
Good price and good print for both films. No nonsense entertainment.
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Two of science fiction's most infamous films get the back-to-back treatment. Both are far funnier with some help from Joel & The Bots if you buy these films in their Mystery Science Theater 3000 versions. Still, they are sorta fun in a Ed Wood kind of way. Crawling Hand is my least favorite of the two, but Slime People isn't exactly high art. I love it more because it has genuine monsters (and man-in-suit monsters at that!). Yes! What more could sci-fi schlock fans want!? Both are silly fun and a good, innocently harmless way to kill a rainy Saturday afternoon.

This is a very good deal from the folks at VCI. Two films on one disc and they look fairly decent to boot. Lots of PD (public domain) copies of these flicks floating around and they look quite awful in comparison. Sadly, we are almost certain to NEVER see these films get frame-by-frame restoration along the lines of the recent Ben-Hur and The African Queen Blu-rays, even though I personally think they deserve it. ALL films should be as clean, sharp and clear-sounding as possible. Just because. Besides, many films might not have the bad reps they have today if quality copies existed to judge them by, instead of the murky, washed out, pan&scan, fluttery-sounding junk copies that clog dollar DVD bins around the country. Oh well. For the price you cannot go wrong. These are fun films. 4 STARS.
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