- IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA
1:00 4:20 7:40
20 MILLION MILES TO EARTH
2 FILMS FOR 1 ADMISSION
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(1955, Robert Gordon) Another one of those darned H-bombs rouses a giant octopus from the Deep to give San Francisco the works. Approx. 79 min. DCP.
1:00, 4:20, 7:40
(1957, Nathan Juran) The sole survivor of the first manned spaceship to Venus’ crash-landing off the coast of Italy is a tiny reptile – but it doesn’t stay tiny for long. Featuring a monster vs. elephant battle in the shadow of the Coliseum. Approx. 82 min. DCP.
“There's nothing that master animator Ray Harryhausen likes more than going on a wrecking spree. Over the years, his monsters, painstakingly galvanised frame by frame, have laid Washington to waste, devastated New York, and wrapped their clammy tentacles round the Golden Gate Bridge. Here, a blubbery-looking beastie from Venus ends up careering through Rome. The showdown in the Colosseum is a treat. Don't worry about the dotty script or cardboard performances - just sit back and watch this gelatinous blob in action.”
– Time Out (London)