Humanoids From The Deep (1980)
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Scientific experiments backfire and produce horrific mutations: halfman, halffish which terrorize a small fishing village by killing the men and raping the women.
From The Caverns Of The Deep... It Strikes!
Title: Humanoids From The Deep
Release Date: May , 1980
Runtime: 80 mins
All Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi
IMDB Rating: 5.3
Buried.com Rating: 6.4 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With H
MPAA Rating: R
Jimmy T. Murakami
Doug McClure ...Jim Hill
Ann Turkel ...Dr. Susan Drake
Vic Morrow ...Hank Slattery
Cindy Weintraub ...Carol Hill
Anthony Pena ...Johnny Eagle (as Anthony Penya)
Denise Galik ...Linda Beale
Lynn Theel ...Peggy Larson
Meegan King ...Jerry Potter
Breck Costin ...Tommy Hill
Hoke Howell ...Deke Jensen
Don Maxwell ...Dickie Moore
David Strassman ...Billy
Greg Travis ...Mike Michaels, Radio Announcer
Linda Shayne ...Sandy, Miss Salmon
Lisa Glaser ...Becky
Bruce Monette ...Jake Potter
Shawn Erler ...John, Hill Baby
Frank Arnold ...Old Man
Amy Barrett ...Amy
Jo Williams ...Herself on Piano
Henry T. Williams ...Bass
Lyle Isom ...Banjo
Jonathan Lehan ...Fiddle
Rob Bottin ...Humanoid
Raine Lightner ...Hill Baby
Vincent Prentice ...Humanoid Victim
Martin B. Cohen
Martin B. Cohen
More Movie Taglines:
- From The Caverns Of The Deep... It Strikes!
- They're not human. But they hunt human women. Not for killing. For mating.
- The green monster footage and fairground destruction were re-shoot material filmed during several very rainy nights in Malibu. Gore video guru Larry Wessel has a bit part murdering a Humanoid in the crowd scenes.
As the film was being finished up, producer Roger Corman felt that the picture needed more sex, and ordered scenes shot that showed the "humanoids" attacking - and, of course, ripping the clothes off of - nubile young women. Director 'Barbara Peeters' refused to shoot the scenes, protesting that they were inserted purely to show gratuitous nudity. Corman fired her and hired another director to shoot the additional footage.
Director Barbara Peters once said that the 'humanoids' were originally suppose to be played by the films stunt men. Unfortunately the stunt men found the monster suits to be too 'goofy-looking' and refused to wear them. Additional actors had to be hired to perform as the monsters.
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Rating: 6.4 out of 10.0 - 52 votes cast total