Brain from Planet Arous, the
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A strange alien ship crash lands in the California desert, bringing a terrifying evil intelligence from another planet whose mission is to conquer the world using subversive mind control. Wonderful Atomic Age entertainment with floating brains, telepathic possession, atom bombs and a scientist whose eyes can destroy planes in mid-flight, plus a sex-starved alien brain monster with lustful desires for beautiful leading lady Joyce Meadows, who delicately refuses its advances with a meat ax. Not to be missed!
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This is great B movie fare. And as an extra bonus, the ravine and cave in which Gor and Val are discovered was earlier occupied by that ultimate of alien pests, Ro-man: the alien in a gorilla suit and diver's helmet which appears in Robot Monster, another classic of 1950s sci-fi.
The DVD is of good quality. Details are visible in the shadows and the scenes have good tone throughout. The picture is sharp. A very good transfer to DVD.
This is an enjoyable, if silly, film. A good example of the alien invader paranoia of the 1950s.
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If you love B movies but have never heard of this one, you are in for a treat. With John Agar at his over-acting best and glowing giant brains, it has everything you need. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2013 by Daran Paige
Steve March (John Agar) is a nuclear physicist who is entered and possessed by an alien entity. The alien is a giant, floating brain with glowing peepers. Read morePublished on March 4 2004 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
The Brain from Planet Arous is one of the three "classic brain movies" claiming honored spots in my core, desert island, protect-against-nuclear-holocaust DVD collection. Read morePublished on Nov. 29 2001 by Jan Strnad
Two brains with dissimilar attitudes arrive on Earth. One is criminal (Gor) and takes on Steve March's body. Read morePublished on Aug. 17 2001 by B. Chandler
In truth, THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS, actually comes across more like a failed sci-fi/sitcom pilot than a movie - it has all the elements for a series on television - a sitcom... Read morePublished on March 17 2001 by Thomas E. O'Sullivan
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