This is not to be confused with Roger Corman's tribute to B-films, that's The Phantom Eye. Also don't confuse it with Forrest Tucker's alien invasion movie, that's The Crawling Eye. Nope, this one is a collection of bad actors, sets that don't fit together, a script which confuses the sets, and a giant eyeball on a stalk that has a thing for women.
A goofy scientist is trying to view the eighth dimension. His test subject is accidentally infected by something from said dimension. It swells into the giant eye. The eye swarms around an apartment building by using the air vents. Huh? The vents are about four feet by three feet.
The scientist has a wife who tries to bed every male in the film (except Weird Bill) as she wants it all the time. Two male bodybuilders who do heavy drugs and hang out in their underwear are one of her targets. They are also a target for the Eye.
Anyway, the Eye runs around the building feeling up women and blasting people with green rays. Luckily it is sensitive to light. In the end it is cornered (don't know why it couldn't get away) and flees back to its home dimension.
Really bad film. The bodybuilders apartment is a two-story studio with the door on a landing in the top half. The script occasionally calls the lab the attic and the attic the lab. To make it worse, the bodybuilders place has a peaked ceiling with beams (shouldn't that one be at the top?).
So we have a film with a bad script, bad acting (I love Weird Bills fake voice), lots of nudity, strange characters, and a monster eye. It's so bad, what's not to like?
The DVD has no special features except a small group of trailers for other films. There is not even a scene selection option. At least it does have tracks.