Reptilicus DVD (1962)
After copper miners discover part of the frozen tail of a prehistoric monster in Lapland, scientists inadvertently bring it back to life. Delivered sealed in case with artwork as shown on our website.
Viewer Review: "This film is quite enjoyable! It has the main element I like: the army fighting a giant monster. This was right up my alley. An extra bonus is that this movie is beautifully shot in color, Reptilicus spits green acid! The first few minutes in the beginning when the drillers find the gross pieces of meat and blood on the drill from boring into the hide of Reptilicus buried deep underground (with the movie's title literally leaping from the main character's blood stained hands) and the creepy sequence when the creature comes to life in the storm brings a few chills to monster movie lovers. A skinned cow's head also adds gruesome gore to the movie. A perfect film for monster movie fans!"
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Format: DVD, original, 'uncut' Dutch version (English Dubbed)
This DVD is encoded NTSC Region ALL (playable worldwide).
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