The Strange World Of Planet X (1958)

cosmic_monsters_poster_01THE STRANGE WORLD OF PLANET X (1958) a.k.a. Cosmic Monsters, The Crawling Terror, The Cosmic Monster, and The Crawling Horror. Forrest Tucker (F-Troop) stars in this stiff-lipped British sci-fi offering about magnetic experiments, giant insects and alien warnings threatening the entire world. Which covers a lot of ground… and might explain why it was released under so many titles. More or less a cheap mash-up of plots from better alternatives. Of course, there’s a brainy science babe that puts all the dumb chauvinistic males on notice. In that regard, Tucker proves to be an embarrassing pick-up artist. Includes some spooky theremin music, too. EXCLAMATION-MARKED TAG LINE!: Every Second Your Pulse Pounds They Grow Foot By Incredible Foot! DIALOG ALERT: “Well, that DO make it nice. That’s American slang… it means, that DO make it nice.” Find The Strange World Of Planet X at Amazon, HERE. New Movies, Fridays ‘Round Midnight.

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