Monster of the Day #706 Updated on June 10, 2013 By Ken Begg 5 Comments More, please. Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1532 (Mar 24, 2017) Monster of the Day #1531 (Mar 22, 2017) Monster of the Day #1530 (Mar 21, 2017) Monster of the Day #1529 (Mar 20, 2017) Monster of the Day #1527 (Mar 16, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Flangepart Yeow… I’m seeing a huge wee beastie with a touch of…I don’t know…Gremlin? The Rev. Ahh, Kraa. His movie was a few steps up from Zarkorr! The Invader”, but then again so is getting punched in the balls by an angry dwarf. Still, I kind of wish Full Moon had continued with the Monster Island Entertainment series; at the rate of improvement shown between the two, the fourth or fifth one probably would’ve been pretty good. Plus, the one positive both movies had was the design of the monsters and the suits constructed for them, and I’d have liked to see what else they came up with. Flangepart Kraa? No not Kraa. Kraa! Oh, THAT Kraa… Rock Baker Yeah, it was a better film, despite it’s almost Al Adamson-like patch-work of three or four start-stop projects. It almost seemed like a rough pilot fo a series of films about the perky young space rangers, which actually could have worked pretty well. The Rev. Well, there was a sequel called Planet Patrol, featuring said perky young space rangers. Cold Fusion Video tipped me off to its existence, and I caught it several years ago on Comcast’s OnDemand (which was superior to TWC’s in every way. Man I miss it.) It’s kind of an anthology of connected adventures, although the middle adventure is just a truncated replay of Kraa!. The other two stories feature stolen footage from other, better Full Moon movies — offhand I remember Doctor Mordrid, Robot Jox (or was it Robot Wars?) and Subspecies clips — very poorly edited into them. You’re really not missing anything. It was very obvious how slapdash the whole production was, and when I say DM and the robot movie were better, that is very much a warning.