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Killer Eye [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B0000B1OCT
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This is a cheap cheesy horror movie with an amusing story about a scientist that creates a way to look into the 8th dimension and instead pulls something out into our reality and it takes form as a giant killer mutant eyeball that likes mating with women, not much in the way of gore but plenty of nudity, hammy acting and cheap effects, if your a fan of cheap horror then you will probably have fun with it otherwise you wont know what hit you.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Eye From The Eighth Dimension 23 Mar. 2004
By Joshua Koppel - Published on Amazon.com
This is not to be confused with Roger Corman's tribute to B-films, that's The Phantom Eye. Also don't confuse it with Forrest Tucker's alien invasion movie, that's The Crawling Eye. Nope, this one is a collection of bad actors, sets that don't fit together, a script which confuses the sets, and a giant eyeball on a stalk that has a thing for women.
A goofy scientist is trying to view the eighth dimension. His test subject is accidentally infected by something from said dimension. It swells into the giant eye. The eye swarms around an apartment building by using the air vents. Huh? The vents are about four feet by three feet.
The scientist has a wife who tries to bed every male in the film (except Weird Bill) as she wants it all the time. Two male bodybuilders who do heavy drugs and hang out in their underwear are one of her targets. They are also a target for the Eye.
Anyway, the Eye runs around the building feeling up women and blasting people with green rays. Luckily it is sensitive to light. In the end it is cornered (don't know why it couldn't get away) and flees back to its home dimension.
Really bad film. The bodybuilders apartment is a two-story studio with the door on a landing in the top half. The script occasionally calls the lab the attic and the attic the lab. To make it worse, the bodybuilders place has a peaked ceiling with beams (shouldn't that one be at the top?).
So we have a film with a bad script, bad acting (I love Weird Bills fake voice), lots of nudity, strange characters, and a monster eye. It's so bad, what's not to like?
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Oh, Where to Begin... 15 Feb. 2004
By Brendon Spencer - Published on Amazon.com
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On the bright side, Jacqueline Lovell looks very good and let's face it, that is the best thing about this truly bad movie. We have "Creepy Bill" doing a really odd impression of Michael Keaton's Beetlejuice throughout this flick (Why? No one knows.), two stoners with great bodies and no acting ability - wait...did I actually use the words "acting ability" within the confines of a review for THIS MOVIE? No, no, no - Lovell is the closest thing to an actor you will find in this thing. As for everyone else...pu-lease. Lovells husband, who married her for her money (With that body? The man is truly a mad scientist!) is conducting experiments into another dimension and brings back through this tiny eyepiece INTO a street kids eyeball, which then emerges out into an enormous killer eye. Kind'a raises the hair on the back of your neck, huh?

And shall we touch upon the amazing special effects? Let us do more than touch. Let us beat them senseless with a baseball bat. Much like the plot they are awful and practically nonexistent.

Would I recommend this movie? Oh yes. While a truly bad movie, it certainly isn't in the same catagory as BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS (truly the WORST movie ever made), but then what is? It will go on my shelf with PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE. For the lovers of insanely mind numbing and fun films, and I'll admit to being one, it is well worth owning.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Giant Killer Eye on DVD 23 Mar. 2004
By Joshua Koppel - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is not to be confused with Roger Corman's tribute to B-films, that's The Phantom Eye. Also don't confuse it with Forrest Tucker's alien invasion movie, that's The Crawling Eye. Nope, this one is a collection of bad actors, sets that don't fit together, a script which confuses the sets, and a giant eyeball on a stalk that has a thing for women.
A goofy scientist is trying to view the eighth dimension. His test subject is accidentally infected by something from said dimension. It swells into the giant eye. The eye swarms around an apartment building by using the air vents. Huh? The vents are about four feet by three feet.
The scientist has a wife who tries to bed every male in the film (except Weird Bill) as she wants it all the time. Two male bodybuilders who do heavy drugs and hang out in their underwear are one of her targets. They are also a target for the Eye.
Anyway, the Eye runs around the building feeling up women and blasting people with green rays. Luckily it is sensitive to light. In the end it is cornered (don't know why it couldn't get away) and flees back to its home dimension.
Really bad film. The bodybuilders apartment is a two-story studio with the door on a landing in the top half. The script occasionally calls the lab the attic and the attic the lab. To make it worse, the bodybuilders place has a peaked ceiling with beams (shouldn't that one be at the top?).
So we have a film with a bad script, bad acting (I love Weird Bills fake voice), lots of nudity, strange characters, and a monster eye. It's so bad, what's not to like?
The DVD has no special features except a small group of trailers for other films. There is not even a scene selection option. At least it does have tracks.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars erotic horror 30 Mar. 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
This movie was pretty goofy in it's story line and acting. The only possitive aspect was the two women being fondled by this gigantic eye from the 8th dimemsion. Theses scenes were erotic in nature and were enjoyable to watch. This movie could have been improved by having more of this type of activity. Both women were convincing in their sexual scenes. Very stimulating.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The horrible erotic horror story of a horny mutant eyeball from the 8th dimension…AWFUL! 18 Feb. 2014
By John's Horror Corner - Published on Amazon.com
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In an effort to discover the "8th dimension" a mad ophthalmological scientist tests his experimental eye drops on a juvenile delinquent (who seems to be a gay prostitute by his lines) . Distracted by his unreasonably hot and somehow under-sexed wife Rita (ex-adult film star Jacqueline Lovell), our scientist fails to notice when his test subject dies and his eye mutates to monstrous size and then crawls away.

This was not one of Full Moon's stronger releases. It felt like more attention went into the production of the sex scenes than into the special effects of the killer eye monster. In fact, this is demonstrative of the worst monster effects I've seen from a Full Moon release in a long time. The monster looks like a giant plastic eye with rubber guts. Even when the monstrous eye "abducts" Rita the scene feels stolen from some cheap porno--down to the overtly redundant shots and lame music. Even the acting and sets seemed cheap…cheap even for a nudity-rich Full Moon movie!

Like with most adult films, this cheap T'n'A horror flick clocks in at 72 minutes, most of the running time of which was dedicated to sex scenes. This movie legitimately comes off as if they were trying to make horror porn and then cut out the hardcore stuff. This eye really gets around, by the way. It takes advantage of Rita while she's asleep and then it eye laser-roofies some chick in the shower and has its way with her. It doesn't help the porn-vibe that Rita tries to have sex with every man she encounters. Oh, no, but that's not all. This giant pervy eyeball monster then uses its eye laser to control the mind of its last victim's husband to make him watch and rub his chest while the eye has another go at her, not minutes after the eye shared a shower scene with her! They may as well have called this movie "Eyegasm."

So then the eye monster somehow reanimates the juvenile delinquent from whose head it sprang to life. The eye monster uses the boy's body to try to communicate with Rita that it's from another world and needs to procreate. Being an epic slut, Rita just ignores the quite likely underage kid and tries to have sex with him.

This flick wears on until they basically just end it by scaring the eye back to the 8th dimension with a couple of flashlights, leaving the women ominously pregnant in its wake.

This was so lame. I'm a proper bro and enjoy some gratuitous nudity as much as the next guy, but this was awkwardly too much.
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