King of Kong Island

King of Kong Island

Eve is a jungle girl brought up by apes. She is captured with a number of apes by a mad scientist, conducting mind control experiments on them. Eventually she is liberated by a young explorer.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1968
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:spear,   murder,   robbery,  

Eve is a jungle girl brought up by apes. She is captured with a number of apes by a mad scientist, conducting mind control experiments on them. Eventually she is liberated by a young explorer. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dennis L (jp) wrote: Its visually dark and its sexist theme doesnt help much to make this movie popular. Its still a good character study despite its flaws.

Jeff M (us) wrote: I'll watch anything with either of them.

Bradley K (mx) wrote: Visually sumptuous but a little disjointed and meandering in terms of plot.

Taylor C (nl) wrote: One of those movies that leaves you in awe of what you've just seen, the cast lives up to the bill and Mr. Candy is grand to say the least.

Whit w (jp) wrote: The sequel to 1958's "The Fly", Vincent Price returns to work out the kinks in his brother's teleportation project. Actually, Price's character is reluctant to do so but is nicely coerced into helping out by his nephew Philippe. This movie is entertaining but it's nothing special. Even though the original was a color film, this one is in black and white, which actually helps with the creepy possibilities. Unfortunately, the special effects really make it tough to take this as anything other than a B-movie. Take the redesigned fly head. It sure looks cool, but it is so huge that the stuntman wearing it has to hold it on in a couple of scenes. He also bangs into a hanging light which is unintentionally funny. The human-headed fly is unconvincing too, but not as bad as the first transporter mishap, a guinea pig with human hands. The effect is so bad and out of proportion, just wait until you see it being crushed. I recommend freeze frame. Hilarious! What I can't figure out is why the Delambre family just doesn't use their invention to transport non-living items like, say, packages? FedEx would have nothing on them.

Lori B (ca) wrote: The melodrama here is off the charts, but the Cinemascope is lovely. Not really my cuppa, but decent within its historical framework.

Chrisanne S (kr) wrote: Not a great movie but it's fun to see all the stars together and James Stewart and Henry Fonda are hilarious as band managers. Ignore the lines and just watch their faces!

Jos M (jp) wrote: Original take on the let's-have-before-prom all-american teeny film. Not brilliant, though pretty watchable and sometimes very funny.

Jennifer D (ru) wrote: Such a sad-y! My biggest problem with this film was the time passage in records. Cutting back to Irene Dunne and all she did was change records, circle into "a few years" later deal and it got old. There are better ways to tell passage of time. That aside, Cary Grant's cracking voice in the courtroom teared me up. The man is such an acting god.

Michael H (ru) wrote: The idea of a heavy metal demon being resuricated by his records being played backwards is a good one, but this is sloppily put together, mistakes goofiness for actual humour, is surprisingly gore free and is actually rather boring

Eric S (nl) wrote: Gwyneth & Aaron... Beautiful

John A (mx) wrote: Dark, Creepy, Atmospheric Gothic Fantasy Which Features Scenes Of Mild Supernatural Horror. This Of Course Bringing The Story Closer To It's roots As The Brothers Grimm Originally Intended It To Be, & Not The Sugarcoated Version We've All Come To Know. Although Not The Best On Screen Version Of The Story, This Is Certainly My Personal Favorite As It's A Film In The Classic Style Of Gothic Horror (Although I Wouldn't Count This As Horror). It's Also The Closest Version (To My Knowledge), to The Source Material. The Other Reason Is Down To The Fact Of The Wonderful Casting Of Sigourney Weaver As The Wicked Witch As Well As Sam Neil As Snow's Father.