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I Married a Monster from Outer Space

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3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
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3.0 out of 5 stars I Married A Monster From Outer Space June 29 2004
By A Customer
Format:DVD
This little gem from 1958 has always been one of my favorites along with The Monster That Challenged The World and Them! The special effects are typical 50's but still great fun. Maltin gives it 2 1/2 stars and I give it 3 simply because I can salivate an extra half a star just in anticipation of it's release. Oh, by the way my next salivation will come when they release The Incredible Shrinking Man, can't wait.
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5.0 out of 5 stars FUN SCI-FI SHOCKER... June 29 2004
Format:DVD
One of the most memorable titles of the 50's sci-fi/horror era is really a good little shocker in it's own right. Gloria Talbott marries Tom Tryon expecting marital bliss. Wrong. He won't make love to her, his behavior is weird, the dog is afraid of him, he disappears at night, etc., and spooky stuff is going on in the woods. It's a small town and some of his friends notice these things too. But then THEY start acting weird, there's a monster zapping people to death and pretty soon no one believes Gloria's concerns. Talbott made some campy films in the 50's but this is one of the better ones. And of course everyone knows that Tryon wrote the classic "The Other" that was made into a wonderful film. So "Monster" is a welcome addition to DVD for fans for many reasons. The monsters are pretty cool for the era and there's a great scene of Tryon standing on a balcony and lightening flashes revealing his true appearance. This is the kind of 50's fun that I wish was more available on DVD. Watch for this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great, creepy, body-snatcher type film. April 21 2004
Format:VHS Tape
Like Invaders from Mars, IOTBS, and a few others, about people suddenly starting to act weird for some goddam reason. Turns out to be pods or something else taking over their bodies. Also, in this case, about how, metaphorically, your spouse becomes a stranger after the wedding.
WHY ISN'T THIS MOVIE ON DVD!?!?!?!?!?!?!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Women are heroes, men are monsters Oct. 27 2003
Format:VHS Tape
The cars are VERY big, and the sweaters are VERY provocative in this B horror show from the 50's. The truly ugly aliens which inhabit the bodies of a few regular guys who inhabit Main Street, U.S.A. are foiled by beautiful Marge and a stand in for Rin Tin Tin. Well made, fun, with good acting throughout.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Solid scifi thriller Sept. 24 2003
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:VHS Tape
Despite having one of the worst, most misleading titles in movie history, "I Married a Monster From Outer Space" is a solid, often chilling science fiction movie, with some very good acting and an excellent script. You won't find a mindless us versus them story here, which makes it all the more effective.
Bill Farrell ((Tom Tryon) was having a last drinking spree with some pals, the night before his wedding. But the next day, Bill arrives late to the church, and on the honeymoon he seems strangely preoccupied and distant. His new bride, Marge (Gloria Talbot), is a bit worried by her husband's sudden change, but tries to keep going as if nothing has happened. But a year passes, and Bill is still acting weird -- so, for that matter, are his pals.
One night (after the mystery deaths of a couple of animals), Marge follows Bill into the woods -- only to see a strange glowing alien emerge from his body and enter a spaceship. Terrified, Marge tries to get help, but she has no way of knowing who's an alien and who isn't. And when she learns why the aliens have come, and why they've impersonated human males, she enlists the help of the remaining humans to help her.
"I Married A Monster" is an example of story triumphing over budgets and special effects. While the script isn't flawless (if the aliens can't tolerate alcohol, why doesn't Marge use that as a test?), the gradual buildup of tension, and the feeling of helplessness, is wonderfully done. Things as small as stumbling over a dead cat are imbued with horror, and the "less is more" exposure of the aliens in their true forms adds a great low-key tone to it. The special effects and costumes, though primitive by current standards, are surprisingly convincing.
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