Alien from the Deep

Alien from the Deep

Two members of Greenpeace discover that a local factory sheds radioactive waste into an active volcano, which has created a terrifying creature that wreaks havoc in the area.

Somewhere deep in the jungle a chemical corporation dumps tons of toxic waste in a still active volcano. Two environmentalists try to expose these illegal ways of getting rid of hugely dangerous waste, but they get caught by the vigilantes working for the company. One of them, the super-hot Maria Giulia Cavalli, manages to escape and she is saved by a snake farmer who lives alone in the jungle. Together they try to bring down the company, but it’s too late. Years of chemical poisoning have spawned a deadly monster that is set out to exact revenge on humans that have unknowingly brought him to life. Directed by legendary Antonio Margheriti, the unholy master of Italian B movies, Alien from the Deep is one of the most beloved Italian rip-offs. A wildly entertaining ride, the movie is an inventive crossover where lots of different genres and styles are mixed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tiffany B (es) wrote: Stupidest movie ever

Finn M (ag) wrote: A fresh ida, but not the crew to build it up.

Christopher K (it) wrote: Probably the first movie I have ever seen that made me honestly think about my personal attitudes towards sharks and other major predators, and just how vital these creatures are towards maintaining a balance in the world. Man is such a fucking arrogant creature, and we need to be ashamed of our relationship with the world."However interesting the situations, deserves a more objective perspective."Really @William G? And where will you find this allegedly more objective film on sharks? Even Jacques Cousteau's episode on sharks was filmed in a way to make everyone look daring and brave while sitting in cages and salting the water with blood. They made a feeding frenzy look like an everyday thing :P"Faintly egotistical biologist-turned-filmmaker Rob Stewart..."And what have done @Derek Adams from Time Out, that makes YOU think that your opinion is any more valid than Rob Stewart's? He sat there for four years making this movie. For Gosh! sake man, you're a critic. Next to lawyers you're the most despised profession on the planet.

Rajesh D (au) wrote: iT's really a heart touching extra ordinary movie,Great Drama! Excellent piece of Cinema.

Bill M (es) wrote: Once ahead of its time, it's now fossilized and unfunny. Too bad.

Katie H (ag) wrote: The acting was really good in this film, but the story was lacking. Slow and dull about half of the time.

Greg W (nl) wrote: reminded me of 'swiss family robinson"

Eric R (mx) wrote: Danger Diabolik is a gorgeous film with crazy production design, lighting, and tons of fun camera tricks. Mario Bava does a fantastic job at creating this lush inventive world of Danger Diabolik, as he evades the police at every turn. Its even more impressive because it was all done on a shoe string budget. He uses lots of Matte paintings to make the setting appear much larger than they are. Essentially we follow Danger Diabolik, whom is public enemy no. 1 in Britain, as he evades the police heist after heist, much to the dismay of Michel Piccoli's character. The things Diabolik does are inventive and fun, with some great gadgets throughout. This film is a product of the times and it does come off as rather campy at moments, but never enough to really effect how much I was entertained. Just a whole ton of fun.

John B (ru) wrote: India's greatest film is staggering in its depth of character but ultimately lacking in hope. This is of course not necessarily a bad thing.

Craig W (it) wrote: An awesome and underated movie!

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