Kenneth Hartford (as Kenneth Herts)
Herbert L. Strock (uncredited)
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Language, Graphic Violence, Brief Nudity
Also Known As:
It Came from the Lake
Monster, the Legend That Became a Terror
Monstroid: It Came from the Lake (USA) (DVD box title)
The Toxic Horror (USA)
Monster (Original Title)
This movie released in 1979 claims that this was based on a true story that took place in 1971, if that is true and they weren't
doing some BLAIR WITCH BS then this is a interesting story to see.
The story of a chemical company's dumping killing the ruin and not only ruining the nearby fishing town but angers a normal
peaceful creature that resides in the lake. I like the fact they made this giant monster head for the movie as well as the
puppet. This is a good movie, not perfect but good, I wish they didn't deal so much with the villagers and the whole echo-terrorist
bit they were doing which only makes things worse in the long run but as a whole it's a buried treasure.