Monster of the Day #792 Updated on October 21, 2013 By Ken Begg 13 Comments An appalling, monstrous abomination of nature. But useful when you’ve lost your keys. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1677 (Dec 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1676 (Dec 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1675 (Dec 13, 2017) Monster of the Day #1674 (Dec 12, 2017) Monster of the Day #1673 (Dec 11, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Gamera977 Gives a whole new definition to the term ‘hairy eyeball’… Flangepart Well, they sure ain’t Betty Davis eyes… Ericb More like Joan Crawford eyes. Rock Baker Nifty! MrTongoRad If he’s also got fog lights and high beams then he could get around in all sorts of conditions- look out world! Marsden Cousin Itt really looks different with that new hairstyle! Eric Hinkle Kinda reminds me of that one old Marvel Comics monster/supervillain Xemnu the Titan. And OT but I just watched the immortal “Plan 9 From Outer Space” on the local TV station. It may have been the world’s worst movie once, but after years of SyFy originals it looks pretty good in comparison! Gamera977 I’ll take P9FOS over any SF movie of the week. P9 at least had personality unlike that soulless cookie-cutter drek of SF Channel. Eric Hinkle Agreed. Heck, I’d call P9FOS superior to films made in its own time like “Beast of Yucca Flats”. P9 is at least amusing in its lunacy, Yucca Flats is an utter bore. Gamera977 Can’t argue with that! Flangepart Hear hear! Plan 9 is a fun fest compared to a flick where the CGI is the only actor on screen. Ken_Begg Well, that indeed is what makes Plan 9 or Robot Monster or The Room so indelible. You’re sitting there watching a movie that nobody else could have made. The exact opposite of the cookie-cutter SyFy approach. I’ll defend Beast of Yucca Flats, though. The narration alone makes it a hoot. It’s no Plan 9, but it has its charms. SteveWD MANOS – It could have only been made by an El Paso fertilizer salesman who never made a movie before.