The debut film of John Landis (The Blues Brothers, Animal House), who also wrote and starred in the low-budget comedy horror. A quiet suburb Southern California is being terrorized by a mysterious murderous monster living in a cave. As the bodies pile up — with incriminating banana peels always near by the crime scene — a group of teens stumble on the guilty party: a 20-million-year-old Schlockthropus, an ape-like creature with a sense of the absurd.
|Tagline:||The first musical monster movie in years.|
|Pemain:||Amy Schireson, Belinda Folsey, Billy Record, Carl Stone, Charles Villiers, Dana Sue Collins, Donald F. Glut, Edward Summer, Eliza Roberts, Emile Hamaty, Eric Allison, Forrest J. Ackerman, Gene Fox, George O’Hanlon Jr., Harriet Medin, Harry Goins, Ian Kranitz, Ivan Lepper, Jackie Bonnhein, John Chambers, John Landis, Jonathan Flint, Joseph Piantadosi, Kevin Collins, Mary Cortiz, Mitchell Tadross, Neil Forn, Norman Crawford, Patty Holcomb, Phillip Levine, Ralph Baker, Richard Gillis, Robert E. Collins, Ryan Folsey, Saul Kahan, Shirley Levine, Stuart Weiss, Susan Weiser, Tom Alvich, Tonda Marton, Walter Levine|