Boris Karloff, Nick Adams, Freda Jackson, Suzan Farmer and Patrick Magee
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence
Also Known As:
Colour Out of Space (USA) (working title)
Monster of Terror (UK)
The House at the End of the World
Stephen decides to take a long trip to England in order to meet his fiance's parents. But discovers that her wheel chair
bound Father is a crazed scientist doing inhuman experiments with a meteor that seems to have mutagentic effects on anyone
or anything that it comes in contact with it.
I got to tell you that I wasn't expecting much when walking into this one with a title like "Die Monster die!".
But I guess it's true what they say don't judge a monster movie by it's title. It was surprisingly well made and pretty
good effects. Boris is always good and Nick Adams does a good job as well. Great movie, really dumb title. 8 STARS.
I agree with Zedd, I too wasn't expecting a masterpiece with a goofy title like "Die Monster die" but I too was
surprised by how well the movie turned out to be. 8 STARS as well.
ON THE POSITIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ COOL MONSTERS (All the monsters worked.)
+ STORY (The plot works.)
+ CAST (The cast does a great job.)
+ EFFECTS (Not bad considering the budget and the time.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE (- MISSES):
- GOOFY TITLE (Was Die Monster die truly the best title they could come up with?)