The Crawling Eye (The Trollenberg Terror)
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The Trollenberg Terror, authored by Peter Key and directed by Quentin Lawrence, started life on British television as a six-part installment of ITV's Saturday Serial in late 1956 and early 1957. The big-screen version, was adapted by Jimmy Sangster, who compressed most of the best horrific and mystery elements of the original into an under-90-minute vehicle, which Lawrence directed. At a remote Alpine village, mountaineers suddenly start dying, their bodies horribly multilated -- at first, these incidents seem like they could just be accidents. But the arrival of a pair of sisters (Janet… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 63%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Although hampered by a low budget and some laughable model work, The Trollenberg Terror certainly has its moments."
‑ Ian Berriman, SFX Magazine
"Perhaps "fun kitsch nostalgia" bad - but nowhere near good."
‑ Scott Weinberg,
"The Crawling Eye (1958) is a bad movie -- but it's the good kind of bad, with not a mean-spirited bone in its gelatinous, pimple-shaped, tentacled, one-eyed body."
‑ Mark Bourne,
"The Crawling Eye may be a good film to see on late night cable TV while you are hoisting a few at the bar."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
"Arctic build-up to laughable eye finale is overall time waster"
‑ Steve Crum, Kansas City Kansan
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