Dr. James Xavier is experimenting with improving his vision. He develops a serum in the form of eye drops, which gives him x-ray vision, and the effect is cumulative. However, having these abilities have unforeseen consequences.
In this sequel to Sharktopus, a water-park biologist, Lorena, has found and raised a juvenile after finding an egg sac which made its way back to the ocean when its mother had been destroyed in the original. When a genetic weapons development company, run by Dr. Symes, gets involved, after losing control of their solution to is the replace drone technology, the Pteracuda, Dr. Symes has the brilliant idea of pitting Sharktopus against Pteracuda and ultimately have control of both. This works out as expected. Continue reading →
Zero is bored with his existence and his “family,” Alko, Laura, and Kiddo. He has spent decades trying to build up a tolerance for at least a few moments of sunlight by watching the sunrise over the Pacific. Recently, he has been watching Corri, an exotic dancer who also turns tricks at the nightclub, Club Vampire, and single mother. In watching her, he senses her loneliness and hopes she can help him remember how to feel alive. When Laura visits Corri at the nightclub, she gets carried away, accidentally killing and turning Corri. When the rest of the family finds out, they want to dispose of Corri, but Zero chooses to protect her. Continue reading →
A teenaged couple sees a falling star and decide to investigate. They discover a space ship inhabited by killer school girls who begin their invasion of Earth with the couple’s small home town. Continue reading →
A genetically engineered half shark – half octopus (Sharktopus aka S-11), intended as the U.S. Military’s next super weapon, escapes when its (literally strapped around its head) leash is damaged and heads to the shores of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The father/daughter team of biologists who run Blue Water and created S-11 hire ex-military, Andy Flynn to hunt down and capture it. Continue reading →
A “Roger Coreman Presents” creature feature. Directed by Bernard L Kowalski, who went on to direct just about everything on tv from episodes of Rawhide, Mission: Impossible, and Gunsmoke to Baretta, Knight Rider, and Magnum PI and much more. Let’s not overlook Playboy centerfold Yvette Vickers as beautiful, but troubled, Liz Walker, wife of a shop owner. Cheesy creature costuming aside, this flick is typical of late 50′s, late Golden Age b-grade movies. Solid schlock, cheaply made, and the musical score is shared with 2 other movies produced by brothers Roger and Gene Coreman. You know what you’re getting when you decide to watch this style movie. Continue reading →