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Creature From The Haunted Sea [1961] [DVD]

2.2 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Anthony Carbone, Betsy Jones-Moreland, Robert Towne
  • Directors: Roger Corman
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Elstree Hill Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Sept. 2007
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007Q6R5O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 30,243 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Crook Sparks Moran attempts to muscle in on a Caribbean island revolution by rescuing loyalists and helping himself to the contents of the national treasury. He then plans to kill the loyalists and blame a mythical sea monster for their deaths. Trouble ensues when the real monster turns up!

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By bernie TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Feb. 2017
Format: DVD
Are you can tell this film has the Roger Corman fingerprint and the Roger Corman budget. We even have the standard Roger Corman dialog. There is a color version of this movie floating around out there but we all know that all true art films are in black and white. Be prepared to take the plunger ... oops I mean plunge.

It is the Cuban revolution and only trusted gangsters from Sicily are allowed to leave the dock. So hidden on Renzo Capetto's (Antony Carbone, sounds more sinister than his character's name) yacht is the pilfered Cuban treasury in gold. The absconders are a Cuban general, Col. and troops.

The trick for Renzo and his cronies is to separate the Cubans from the gold. The plan to create an elusive sea monster that can each Cubans. However, what if there really is a sea monster that prefers Cuban? This is just one of the overlying plots that include love triangles over triangles and government spies.

In the end who gets the girl and who gets the gold? You may pleasantly be surprised. People that enjoy Corman-esque films may give this a higher rating yet I believe that it is trying excessively hard to be campy.
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I watched this and it was really bad.

There was no horror in it at all, I got this as part of a box set called 50 CLASSIC HORROR MOVIES, I wouldn't call this film a classic at all it's laughable.

The story is a theif go's on a ship to get away from the law with a load of money, he then has a plan to kill all the passenger's and crew and blame their deaths on a mytical sea monster but his plans go wrong when the sea monster does turn up.

The monster is a man in a suit and a bad suit at that.

This is Roger Corman's worst effort yet - he went on to acheive better things in his filmography.

This is not Roger Corman's proudest moment and if I was him I would erase this from my filmography list on my C.V.

Don't put yourself through the torture by watching this, give this film a wide birth and at any price don't watch it.

My review might have made it sound good but it's terrible, so don't watch it.

Thank you for reading my review.
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Are you can tell this film has the Roger Corman fingerprint and the Roger Corman budget. We even have the standard Roger Corman dialog. There is a color version of this movie floating around out there but we all know that all true art films are in black and white. Be prepared to take the plunger ... oops I mean plunge.

It is the Cuban revolution and only trusted gangsters from Sicily are allowed to leave the dock. So hidden on Renzo Capetto's (Antony Carbone, sounds more sinister than his character's name) yacht is the pilfered Cuban treasury in gold. The absconders are a Cuban general, Col. and troops.

The trick for Renzo and his cronies is to separate the Cubans from the gold. The plan to create an elusive sea monster that can each Cubans. However, what if there really is a sea monster that prefers Cuban? This is just one of the overlying plots that include love triangles over triangles and government spies.

In the end who gets the girl and who gets the gold? You may pleasantly be surprised. People that enjoy Corman-esque films may give this a higher rating yet I believe that it is trying excessively hard to be campy.

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Are you can tell this film has the Roger Corman fingerprint and the Roger Corman budget. We even have the standard Roger Corman dialog. There is a color version of this movie floating around out there but we all know that all true art films are in black and white. Be prepared to take the plunger ... oops I mean plunge.

It is the Cuban revolution and only trusted gangsters from Sicily are allowed to leave the dock. So hidden on Renzo Capetto's (Antony Carbone, sounds more sinister than his character's name) yacht is the pilfered Cuban treasury in gold. The absconders are a Cuban general, Col. and troops.

The trick for Renzo and his cronies is to separate the Cubans from the gold. The plan to create an elusive sea monster that can each Cubans. However, what if there really is a sea monster that prefers Cuban? This is just one of the overlying plots that include love triangles over triangles and government spies.

In the end who gets the girl and who gets the gold? You may pleasantly be surprised. People that enjoy Corman-esque films may give this a higher rating yet I believe that it is trying excessively hard to be campy.

Voyage to the Prehistoric Planet
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Are you can tell this film has the Roger Corman fingerprint and the Roger Corman budget. We even have the standard Roger Corman dialog. There is a color version of this movie floating around out there but we all know that all true art films are in black and white. Be prepared to take the plunger ... oops I mean plunge.

It is the Cuban revolution and only trusted gangsters from Sicily are allowed to leave the dock. So hidden on Renzo Capetto's (Antony Carbone, sounds more sinister than his character's name) yacht is the pilfered Cuban treasury in gold. The absconders are a Cuban general, Col. and troops.

The trick for Renzo and his cronies is to separate the Cubans from the gold. The plan to create an elusive sea monster that can each Cubans. However, what if there really is a sea monster that prefers Cuban? This is just one of the overlying plots that include love triangles over triangles and government spies.

In the end who gets the girl and who gets the gold? You may pleasantly be surprised. People that enjoy Corman-esque films may give this a higher rating yet I believe that it is trying excessively hard to be campy.
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