Humanoids from the Deep
Directed by Barbara Peeters, Jimmy T. Murakami
In this gory low-budget shocker from the Roger Corman stable, genetically treated salmon escape the plant and are eaten by coelacanths, who mutate into humanoid monsters with giant craniums and sharp claws. The creatures begin attacking teen couples, killing the boys and mating with the girls (in some pretty graphic monster-rape scenes), creating total pandemonium at the annual salmon festival.
Half man, half fish terrorize a small fishing village in this Roger Corman shocker.
Cast: Doug McClure, Ann Turkel, Vic Morrow, Cindy Weintraub
An underrated, iconic shocker. Great discovery. Quality production for the time it was made. Meaningful plot and characters. Really cool practical gore like I haven't seen in anything else. Only downside is the possibility for a trigger (tw) of sexual assault. Aquatic terror. 🙃🛶🌊🧜🏻♂️☠️🏊🏼♂️🏖️🌆
This might be one of the greatest deep sea humanoid movies ever made
Great movie. A great creature feature. 😎
Very enjoyable creacher film.