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Terror Beneath the Sea

3.8 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Will water cyborgs, created in an underground laboratory, put an end to the human race? Stars Sonny Chiba.

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  • Actors: Shin'ichi Chiba, Peggy Neal, Franz Gruber, Steve Queens, Andre Husse
  • Directors: Hajime Satô
  • Writers: Kôichi Ôtsu, Masami Fukushima
  • Producers: Ivan Reiner, Masafumi Soga, Seiichi Yoshino, Walter Manley, William Ross
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Dark Sky Films
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2005
  • Run Time: 79 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000A2XC3U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #64,760 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Terror Beneath the Sea" on IMDb

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Yes, you can finally toss away your old, crummy VHS copies of Terror Beneath the Sea (1966) as Dark Sky Films, in their infinite awesomosity, has provided an excellent looking DVD release of this rather obscure and offbeat film. It's worth mentioning up front this is the 73-minute U.S. version, and not the 90-minute Japanese version. Directed by Hajime Sato (House of Terrors, Body Snatcher from Hell), the film features Peggy Neal (The X from Outer Space), Erik Neilson, Franz Gruber (The X from Outer Space, The Last Days of Planet Earth), and Sonny Chiba, who had yet to garner the popularity soon to follow with his popular `Street Fighter' films released through the 1970s. Chiba, approaching 70 years of age, can still be seen kicking ash in recent releases like The Storm Riders (1998) and Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003).

Ken (Chiba) and Jenny (Neal) are a pair of reporters, who seem more than just professionally involved, currently aboard a futuristic submarine, covering the navy's testing of a newly developed homing torpedo. After a spiel by a navy spokesman, who seemed to give away an awful lot of what I would consider classified information, the test begins, and everything goes well except for the brief appearance of an odd looking creature across the view port. Being good (nosy) reporters, Ken and Jenny take it upon themselves to do a little follow up investigating, diving near where they saw the anomaly, which happens to be near an underwater, atomic waste site (skin diving near radioactive toxic waste? Where do I sign up?). Eventually the pair gets separated, Jenny has a run in with a sea monkey man, snaps a photo, drops her camera, and, as a result, has no proof the event ever happened, so no one believes her except for Ken, and even he seems a bit skeptical.
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Wow! I can finally toss my old clumbersome vhs version release back

in the '80's by Montery video. This low budget scifi gem was and is

still a kick in the pants. A Creature Feature favorite this flim is

one of Sonny Chiba's 1st roles before he would later become stapled

in the "Street Fighter" series. The story concerns that of a madman

bent on ruling the world thru the underworld (the under "sea world"

that is) by using a procedure that changes men into "seacyborgs" He

then uses these god forsaken creatures to carry out his evil plans,

like kidnapping scientists or mucking up submarine targets which is

what brings the coastal Navy into the fray. Atomic waste piles, Sub

battles, step by step man into monster transformations,Underwater

cities and of course that great Peggy Neal ("Ken,Ken!") are just

a few of the old fashion Saturday morning thrills waiting ye! And

in widescreen to boot I can finally all of that "Underwater snow"
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Cheap, shoddy, artificial, and that’s just the FX! The acting belongs in a whole other realm of the impossible. The story is on the silly side of goofy. Two nosy reporters discover a race of fish-men that they weren’t looking for. They also find themselves locked inside an undersea empire run by a chortling bespectacled madman with a fondness for creating underwater soldiers (water cyborgs). He takes perfectly ordinary people then turns them into mackerels. Will our heroes end up sardines or will they defeat the EVIL wacko bent on world domination!

Unbelievably bad. Dreadful. Pit-e-full. A spectacle of overacting, everyone is overwrought. They gesture wildly then pause in a pose to rival that of the silent stars. The heroine wails constantly, flailing about. “Oh Ken!” The hero looks stupefied throughout (memo to self, fire my agent). It is impossible to believe anyone created this mess on purpose. (I think the director was Ed Wood’s cousin.)

There are movies that are bad. There are movies that are so bad they’re actually good. And then there are movies that are just plain bad, awful by any name. This is worse than that.

But I suppose if you turn your head just so, squint, and think of fluffy bunnies, this may amuse you. All others beware.
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THIS CREATURE FEATURE HAS SEA MONSTERS,A FUTURISTIC SUBMARINE,CRAZED MAD DOCTORS, THRILLING FIGHT SCENES AND EVEN A FEW PLOT TWISTS. THE JAPANESE KNOW HOW TO PUT ON A HORROR SHOW UNIQUE TO THE GENRE. AND THE FILM IS SO LOVINGLY REMASTERED, IT IS FLAWLESS! YOU CAN'T EVEN TELL THIS IS FROM THE MID 1960'S. THE PERFECT WEEKEND POPCORN~FOR~THE~BRAIN FEATURE!
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In TERROR BENEATH THE SEA, a mad scientist is bent on world domination through his army of cyborg / mutant fish-men! Only Sonny Chiba (KILL BILL vol. 1) and his scuba partner can save the Earth from totalitarian control, enforced by gun-toting sardines! Filled w/ enough underwater cheeeze to fill ten nuclear submarines, TBTS is F-U-N!...
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A very well made sci-fi movie of late night tv. If your into horror/sci-fi and love the late night films that were shown during your favorite horror host(s).. then this movie will be very good in your DVD collection. Recommended!
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this is a real b movie..made in the 60's(i think)..it's a Japaneses,spy movie,wit our Japaneses,"james bond"..go's after a mad scientist,who wants to make men into slave fish..(mermen?)..with his American girlfriend..who's pretty cute..they go after the mad man..and after 90 fun filled min.,foil his plot(while almost getting turned into tuna themselves)..there's lots of corny action,radiation, and a whole underwater city to see(i was hoping to see Godzilla,but no such luck)..so if you like the b's..this "b" the movie to see...
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