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The Monster of Piedras Blancas(1959)

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  • Good Gruesome Horror Film B Grade

    • DON RILEY
    • 2/3/17

    Les Tremayne, Forrest Lewis and John Harmon are all excellent professional actors and they really help to sell this story. Some of the scenes and other actors are B grade but this includes some very shocking scenes and a gruesome monster. I liked it and I rate it 3 stars.

  • The Monster of Piedras Blancas (1959)

    • Celia Trimboli
    • 4/8/10

    Great 50s monster movie. Monster mask truly scary. Sort of a Black Lagoon story only it takes place in what looks like a Northern California or a Maine seashore town.

  • Another Fun Hamburger Treat

    • Ollie
    • 12/1/07

    The Monster Of Piedras Blancas is another fun costumed-monster feature involving a small seaside Mexican village's willingness to give out raw meat in some almost ancient ritual. When the meat's not there, the monster gets to show more than its shadow. Great fun.

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