The Giant Behemoth
The Giant Behemoth (1959)

This low-budget, routine, sci fi horror story is a British cousin of Japan's highly successful Godzilla, first filmed in 1954. The "behemoth" in this movie by Douglas Hickox has also arisen out of the waters after being… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: June 26, 2007
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Dennis Schwartz
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There are fine special effects courtesy of Willis O'Brien, the King Kong creator ... .

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David Cornelius

Behemoth is, if not a great film, then a solid one, clever and smart in the right places.

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Rob Humanick

Lurches forward in fits and spurts, only truly coming alive during a brief rampage sequence through London.

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James O'Ehley
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At least the Japanese know that for good value for your admittance ticket your giant monster has to demolish at least one well-known landmark!

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Phil Hubbs
Right now, does anyone (anyone British) remember those old British TV ads for Chewits? The old 80's ones with the cheesy stop-motion Godzilla-esque… More
Luke Baldock
Typical 50's horror monster movie. Using radiation and nuclaer testing as a device rather than a talking point it is a mix between the Godzilla films and… More
Anthony Valletta
Godzilla rip off does have a few bright spots.