Budget constraints produced a small puppet creature toward the end, which only had two eyes. Note the all important screaming woman with cleavage promotion. A million eyes and that's all it can see. Typical. An interesting movie for its use of elements of animals-against-us and alien mind control, themes that would be expanded on in later movies. Pedantic philosophizing at critical moments indicative of 1950s science fiction, but here it rubs against the action as the delivery is monotone and slow. Roger Corman produced this one for 30,000 dollars. Bet he did well in the drive-in and neighborhood theater circuit. (Thanks to Tony Rivers for providing his scans for this pressbook originally. I have replaced them with new ones from my copy for better readability.)
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