Monster of the Day #715 Updated on June 21, 2013 By Ken Begg 19 Comments I know the movie must suck, but man, the monsters!! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1593 (Jun 28, 2017) Monster of the Day #1592 (Jun 27, 2017) Monster of the Day #1591 (Jun 26, 2017) Monster of the Day #1590 (Jun 23, 2017) Monster of the Day 1589 (Jun 22, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Flangepart The monsters. Yeah the blue thing on the left is pretty creepy too. Ken_Begg Booooo! That guy starred in Westworld, for Pete’s sake. SteveWD Westworld is awesome!!! Just sayin’ SteveWD And is more satisfying in just about every way (except for FX) than Jurassic Park. Ken_Begg You got that right! I saw it at the historic Pickwick Theatre (across the street from where I work right now) as a lad, on a double bill with Wicked Wicked! Ericb How was the Duo-Vision? Flangepart Bwa-hahahaha! Oh, and LOVE AT FIRST BITE. Ken_Begg Revolutionary! As we now know, just as the trailer predicted, Duo-Vision changed films as much as the introduction of sound or color did. Rock Baker I don’t know what it is, but I really want to see it now! MrTongoRad Between yesterday and today I need some answers! What are these things?!! And looking up Richard Benjamin on IMDB didn’t seem to help all that much… Cullen Waters Saturday the 14th. Cullen Waters You know, I’ve seen Westworld far more often, but whenever I see Richard Benjamin the first thing I think of is Last of Sheila. For some reason his performance in that (particularly towards the end) left a mark. Rock Baker No kidding? This looks like a ‘real’ movie! Well, that settles it, I have to see it! Cullen Waters I could be wrong, but I’m pretty sure it is. The number of monster movies Richard Benjamin was in is pretty low. Luke Blanchard Also the TV series QUARK, and WITCHES’ BREW (1980). zombiewhacker If I recall correctly, Tom Smothers starred in a horror spoof around the same time called Thursday the 12th, but when Richard Benjamin’s film came out first, the Smothers film had to be retitled Pandemonium so audiences wouldn’t get confused. Bill Hiers They’re monsters that come from the Book of Evil in Saturday the 14th. The plot involves a family inheriting an old house with the book in it, and the son finds and opens it, releasing the monsters. They try and get the book so it can’t be used to re-imprison them. Richard Benjamin plays the doofy, clueless father. Jeffrey Tambor has a supporting role as one half of a bickering vampire couple. MrTongoRad Good to know. I don’t know how I missed that one. Rock Baker That one I saw, sadly….