Terror Beneath the Sea
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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.Read more ›
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"
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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Now I know why this gave me the creeps when I saw this when I was 8, back in the early 70's.Published 13 months ago by JimG
Really, really bad movie. Watch how quick the monster's costumes start ripping.Published 14 months ago by R. Fletcher
purchased for my husband he is old sci fi "creature" another nice night so glad I buy these itemsPublished 23 months ago by Donna Federer
I picked this up on recommendation of badmovies.org, and I was not disappointed. This is easily one of the most entertainingly, hilariously bad movies I have ever seen.Published on April 28, 2014 by Durandal
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