Creature from the Haunted Sea
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Creature from the Haunted Sea
This early bit of "B"-movie fluff from Roger Corman and company is a hastily slapped-together melange of crime thriller and monster flick, laced with enough ham-fisted satire to make the entire mess enjoyable. The plot centers on a two-bit crook (Antony Carbone) who offers to transport a band of exiles from a war-torn Caribbean country -- along with a coffer of cash, which he intends to keep for himself. After killing his charges and dumping their bodies in the ocean, he blames their deaths on a sea monster told of in local legends -- a beast which eventually shows up for real. The… More

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"This is one rotten movie."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"One of Roger Corman's notorious, no-budget quickies, knocked out in days in 1961"
‑ Jake Euker,
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