The Gill-man is back!! The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) has been captured by scientists and transported to an aquarium in south Florida. Once there, he becomes attracted to lovely female scientist Helen Dobson (Lori Nelson) and manages to escape and kidnap her, and heads to Jacksonville, with her real-life love in pursuit. The acting is so bad its good but the fishy sexual predator just makes things weird. However, Revenge of the Creature’s most memorable moment doesn’t really involve the Gill-man or the Damsel in distress. It involves a scientist named “Jennings” who plays with a lab rat in the scene at 15:23. It is a dismissible filler scene, but Jennings ended up having some success in later films as Clint Eastwood who is uncredited here in his first role.
A biochemist Professor Gerald Deemer (Leo G. Carroll) experimenting in giantism mistakenly creates a spider of mammoth proportions that has the people of Desert Rock, Arizona running for their lives as it wreaks havoc and mayhem. "Bullets can't stop it! Dynamite can't kill it! Only Clint Eastwood in a cameo role as a fighter pilot can bomb the crap out of it!" Tarantula! is a 1955 American black-and-white science fiction giant monster film from Universal-International, Starring, John Agar as Dr. Matt Hastings, Mara Corday as Stephanie Clayton, Nestor Paiva as Sheriff Jack Andrews, Ross Elliott as Joe Burch, Edwin Rand as Lt. John Nolan and Clint Eastwood as an unnamed Fighter pilot.
Near the Arctic Circle, an atomic bomb is detonated for nuclear experimentation. This experiment disturbs the sleep of an ostensibly extinct prehistoric killing machine encased in ice over 100-million years ago, and sends it southward on a destructive, deadly rampage! Emerging from the sea, the Rhedosaurus wreaks havoc on NYC in every direction, leveling cities and amusement parks in his path. When heavy artillery proves ineffective against the towering creature, scientist Tom Nesbitt (Paul Christian) concocts a radioactive formula to neutralize this rogue dino and ace shot Cpl. Stone (Lee Van Cleef) will deliver it with a rifle grenade. Starring Paul Christian as Professor Tom Nesbitt, Paula Raymond as Lee Hunter, Cecil Kellaway as Dr. Thurgood Elson, and Kenneth Tobey as Colonel Jack Evans. This Ray Harryhausen film is based on Ray Bradbury's short story "The Fog Horn" where the giant monster in question makes love to a lighthouse.
An earthquake doesn't just shake up Southern California -- it awakens a nest of monsters lurking in the Salton Sea. These bloodthirsty sea snails are gobbling up anyone who sets foot in the water. And when the creatures move on to land in search of wider hunting grounds, they launch a reign of terror that threatens to spread across the whole country. Humanity's only hope rests on a crew of intrepid scientists and Sailors led by Lt. Cmdr. John Twillinger (Tim Holt).
In this True American, cold-war classic, we witness An ex-GI named Bill Jones (Robert Rockwell) as he becomes involved with the Communist Party USA. While in training, Jones falls in love with one of his instructors. At first true followers of communism, they realize their mistake when they witness Party leaders murder a member who questions the party's principles. When they try to leave the party, the two are marked for murder and hunted by the party's assassins.
Not to be confused with the 1995 spandex superheroine film "Black Scorpion". This movie begins with a volcano erupting south of the border, and people mysteriously dying. Geologists Hank (Richard Denning) and Arturo (Carlos Rivas) travel to the small town of San Lorenzo, Mexico to investigate. They soon discover that the eruption cracked open an underground cave that contained hordes of giant prehistoric autistic looking scorpions that have been responsible for the killings. As the autistic arachnids begin nomming the local population Hank and Arturo must come up with a plan to take these monsters down once and for all.
The first 4 minutes of the video contains audio from Mosley Free speech lecture. That can be viewed here:
Video is taken from Johnny Vegas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHLIBOpLIg0&t=213s
00:00 - Toshiki Kadumatsu - Snow Lady Fantasy (slowed down)
06:55 - テレパシー能力者 - あなたの世界
11:50 - テレパシー能力者 - Interstellar Love
15:40 - テレパシー能力者 - 私に近い
27:00 - 2 8 1 4 - 遠くの愛好家
33:50 - Girls Just Want To Have Fun
Remnants of a mysterious animal have come to light in a remote jungle, and a group of scientists intends to determine if the find is an anomaly or evidence of an undiscovered beast. To accomplish their goal, the scientists (Antonio Moreno, Richard Carlson, Richard Denning, Whit Bissell) accompanied by a lovely assistant (Julie Adams) must brave the most perilous pieces of land South America has to offer. But the terrain is nothing compared to the danger posed by an ancient and otherworldly Fish Ni66er that endangers their work, their lives, and their women.
A drive-in favorite, this sci-fi classic follows teenagers Steve (Steven McQueen) and his best girl, Jane (Aneta Corseaut), as they try to protect their hometown from an extraterrestrial Dancing Pudding that engulfs everything it touches. The first to discover the substance and live to tell about it, Steve and Jane witness the blob destroying an elderly man and grow to a terrifying size. But no one else has seen the goo, and policeman Dave (Earl Rowe) refuses to believe the kids without proof.
Better break out the pesticide, because seismic activity in the Arctic has recently freed a giant prehistoric praying mantis from the Arctic ice, that voraciously preys on the American military at the DEW Line and works its way south. As the enormous insect makes its way towards the much warmer climate of Washington DC, can the soldiers and scientists of America stop it before Congress winds up on the menu? (hopefully not) This Big bug bonanza stars Craig Stevens, William Hopper, Alix Talton.
Actress Ann Darrow (Fay Wray) and director Carl Denham (Robert Armstrong) travel to the Indian Ocean to do location shoots for Denham's new jungle picture. Along the way, the actress meets and falls for rugged First Mate John Driscoll (Bruce Cabot). Upon arriving at a mysterious island, Ann is taken hostage by natives who prepare her as a sacrifice to the enormous ape Kong who rules over their jungle. But when Ann is rescued and Kong is captured, the real trouble begins. The brief synopsis of this story is that; Kong is a 20ft, Incel, from /fit/ who wants dem white womens but the white man says no and conflict ensues.
While on a routine mission, Cmdr. Pete Mathews (Kenneth Tobey) runs into trouble when his submarine is nearly sunk by an unknown creature. Back at base in Pearl Harbor, Dr. John Carter (Donald Curtis) and Professor Lesley Joyce (Faith Domergue) identify the beast as a giant octopus from the nether reaches of Mindanao Deep, which has been awakened by nearby nuclear testing. Radioactive and monstrously huge, the rampaging leviathan is heading toward the North American Pacific Coast. This video also features a preview of third wave feminism with a mild rebuttal found in the dialogue.
This is just a cool old 1950's monster film that was crawling around my hard drive and I decided to upload it. I will upload more like it on a regular basis under the tag "Creature Feature Fridays". The Synopsis of the film goes as follows: While investigating a series of mysterious deaths, Sergeant Ben Peterson (James Whitmore) finds a young girl (Sandy Descher) who is unable to speak. As Peterson joins forces with FBI agent Robert Graham (James Arness) and scientist Dr. Harold Medford (Edmund Gwenn), he discovers that all the incidents are due to giant ants that have been mutated by atomic radiation. Peterson and Graham, with the aid of the military, attempt to find the queen ants and destroy the nests before the danger spreads.
The most Honorable Otoya Yamaguchi is his moment of Glory slaying the Japanese Communist Politician Inejiro Asanuma with a yoroi-dōshi, (a traditional sword wielded by the samurai of old) while speaking in a televised political debate in Tokyo. His violent death occurred in graphic detail on national television across all of Japan. Less than three weeks after the successful assassination, while being held in a juvenile detention facility, Yamaguchi mixed toothpaste with water and wrote on his cell wall,
---------------------------------"Seven lives for my country. Long live His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor!" -------------------------------------------
Yamaguchi then knotted strips of his bedsheet into a makeshift rope and used it to hang himself from a light fixture. The phrase "seven lives for my country" was a reference to the last words of 14th-century samurai Kusunoki Masashige. The Japanese Socialist party had 32.9% of the votes in 1958 but after Inejiro's death in October of 1960, the party was ideologically split and from that point onwards it was only downhill. Nationalists all throughout Japan celebrated Yamaguchi as a martyr; they gave a kimono (burial coat), to his parents and performed a memorial service for him. His ashes were later interred in Aoyama Cemetery. This man single handily saved Japan from communism.
The theme of this video is to display the fascistic roots of large corporations like Mcdonalds in a 1980's vaporwave Aesthetic. As a side note if you want to maximize this particular videos potential chug a glass of Whisky or half a bottle of Kharkov paint thinner and just stare at it on a loop while you zone out.
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Hello, welcome to my Channel. I am a connoisseur of Third Possisionist political thought and post memetic/political/musical videos accordingly. Videos that are of my own making and others are just fine pieces that I saved from the fires of Youtubes censorship. In addition to the aforementioned content, I will post old monster movies from the 1950s and earlier on Fridays under the tag #CREATURE-FEATURE-FRIDAYS. My goals on this platform are to get 1 million views and 10,000 subscribers and quite obviously spread Fassscism and Anime everywhere like spent shell casings.