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I Married a Monster from Outer Space (1958)

Scifi | 78 minutes
2,74 19 votes

Genre: Scifi / Thriller

Duration: 78 minuten

Country: United States

Directed by: Gene Fowler Jr.

Stars: Tom Tryon, Gloria Talbott and Peter Baldwin

IMDb score: 6,3 (3.033)

Releasedate: 1 October 1958

I Married a Monster from Outer Space plot

"Shuddery things from beyond the stars, here to breed with human women!"

Aliens have mixed in with the population undetected and are slowly starting to take the place of real humans. The first victim is a young man who is about to get married. His wife has no idea who her husband really is.

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Full Cast & Crew

Actors and actresses

Bill Farrell

Marge Bradley Farrell

Sam Benson

Helen Rhodes

Dr. Wayne

Max Grady - Bartender

Officer Hank Swanson

Officer Schultz

Police Capt. H.B. Collins

Harry Phillips

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avatar van Vinokourov


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Nice and changeable this SF horror. The plot twists are not that compelling. The difference between day and night is not always clear either. But other special effects look reasonable to picobello. Especially the way in which the aliens died was very terrifying. In short, still a very nice movie.

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avatar van Donkerwoud


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None other than Stephen King drew attention to this nostalgic horror pulp via his Facebook page. Mainly because he found the title intriguing. It's an amusing rip-off of contemporaries like 'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' (1956) and other classic invasion movies. This title has many single men making sarcastic remarks about the institution of marriage and a tragic romance between a human and an alien. The robotic acting is wooden and static, but it is precisely the surreality of it that contributes to the dryly comical atmosphere that the print seems to be about. Or maybe it's my nostalgia that makes it all seem a lot more comical in the present day. The few encounters with the alien race in their natural form rarely become scary due to the extremely cheesy effect that shows the transition from human to alien. Fortunately, this predictable nothingness works towards a most charming climax. It even elicits some sympathy for those damned aliens on their breeding mission

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