Revenge of the Creature


Action / Horror / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 25%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 32%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 4753


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Clint Eastwood as Jennings
John Agar as Prof. Clete Ferguson
Brett Halsey as Pete
1.24 GB
23.976 fps
1hr 22 min
P/S 3 / 7

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by twanurit 10 / 10

Amusement Park Filled to the Gills...with Gills

There are many moments to savor in this thrilling, intriguing follow-up to "Creature From the Black Lagoon." The lovely heroine (Lori Nelson) stares at the captured creature (In Marineland, Florida, at the time only 17 years in existence), through the glass of the aquarium, two strangers in a man's world. She talks about her career while her peers have already married and had children while also feeling sorry for the creature, a lonely alien in civilization. Later, she takes a shower in a motel, with the escaped creature outside, in a chilling pre-"Psycho" sequence. Ttaking a swim in the Florida Everglades, (echoing the famed Julie Adams-Creature pas de deux in the original), the "gill-man" watches from below, but she is joined by her lover (John Agar), who kisses her mid-scene. Since this occurs in the last act, and the "Gill-Man" has already had his eye on Ms. Nelson, and even grabbed her, it makes no sense to be shyly staring again. The creature costume is changed this time - apparently goggles were inserted into the mask to make it easier for Rico Browning's underwater swimming, as well as for Tom Hennesy, the 6'5" top side Creature actor. It also gives him eyes underwater, hollow in the first film. Great, eerie night-time photography at the end and just plain thrilling scenes make this a winning sequel.

Reviewed by Eddie Cantillo 10 / 10

Revenge of The Creature (1955)

Revenge of The Creature (1955) Starring: John Agar, Lori Nelson, John Bromfield, Nestor Paiva, Grandon Rhodes, Dave Willock, Robert Williams, Charles Cane, Clint Eastwood, and Brett Halsey Directed By: Jack Arnold Review Hello kiddies your pal the Crypt-Critic here, now here's an amazing creature feature sequel, probably even so good we'll need to get revenge on Hollywood for not making enough of these types of movies. In this sequel the creature from the black lagoon is captured by scientists and transported to an aquarium in Florida. Professor Clete Ferguson has opted to help the aquarium keep a hold of Gillman while studying the creature. Helping him is Helen who is a college student also looking to study the creature. The Creature is obviously attracted to Helen and one day grabs her and breaks out and unleashes his rage upon the land in the name of love. I just really enjoy this film its a lot more fun for me. This film was made to capitalize on the success of the original film. Its the same kind of fun creature feature sequel you would come to expect out of this monster. The gillman has more screen time which is cool it's always expected to see more of the monster or killer in sequels. The acting is quite good, acting was a lot different then but that's just cause time was different either way for what it was it was amazing. This film is one of the best sequels and would be the forefront (I believe in many horror sequels) I'm giving Revenge of The Creature a five out of five.

Reviewed by capone666 6 / 10

The Vidiot Reviews...

Revenge of the Creature

The reason you don't see Gill-men in the ocean anymore is because of plastic grocery bags.

Thankfully, this horror movie occurs before those choking hazards were invented.

Sedated and removed from his natural habitat, Gil-Man née The Creature from the Black Lagoon (Tom Hennesy) awakens from sedation to find himself at Marineland.

In captivating, he's abused and put on display by his new handler (John Bromfield). A psychologist (John Agar) and an ichthyologist, Helen (Lori Nelson), study him in the off-hours.

When he escapes, Gil-man exacts his revenge on his cruel captor and kidnaps his new crush, Helen.

An animal rights analogy disguised as a drive-in B-Movie, this 3-D sequel doesn't have the same production values as the landmark original, but it does deliver an impactful message on animal captivity and its deadly repercussions.

Incidentally, the best way to kill a Gil-Man is to drag it ashore for a selfie.

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