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Day the World Ended(1956)

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  • The Day the world Ended

    • jerry
    • 9/22/13

    This is one of my favorite Roger Corman Movies. It is definitely done on the cheap, but it has some interesting qualities. Sci Fi staple Paul Birch, Richard Denning(the good guy), Mike 'Touch' Conners(bad guy and later of "Mannix" fame) Lori Nelson and Adele Jurgens make a mixed cast. Again, radiation is the defining factor.

  • Day the World Ended

    • Joe
    • 9/8/13

    Dougie, I saw this movie too, at a theater with my parents at the United Artist theater in Pomona, California when I was about eight years old. I think it is the only movie that actually scared me as a child. Probably the odd "high pitched whistle" that would occur when the creature was lurking behind the bushes when the girls were swimming. Not sure why it scared me while none of the other science-fiction movies of time did, but it really did scare me. I have the DVD double feature of this movie along with it's companion feature, "The She-Creature". Distributed by Lionsgate, the image quality is fair. I'm still hoping someone will issue a high-quality Blu-Ray sourced from a good original negative somtime soon. Even as obviously low-budgeted as it is, it's still one of my all-time favorites of the 1950's Sci-fi movies.

  • Day The Nightmares Began

    • DougieB
    • 7/22/11

    I saw this as a kid and was always haunted by it, though it was many years before I was able to put a name to it. I could never see one of those mid-century California contemporary hillside homes without thinking of this movie and the terrors lurking out there in the mist. Now it just seems silly, but I still love seeing it now and again to reassure myself that the half-human radiation monsters won't be coming for me after all. Turns out all the trauma for me was just a paycheck for Roger Corman. Thanks a lot, Roger. No, seriously, thanks a lot.

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