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(1959 horror movie)
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“Those who hunt by night will tell you that the wildest and most vicious of all animals is the tiny shrew. The shrew feeds only by the dark of the moon. He must eat his own body weight every few hours or starve. And the shrew devours everything. Bones, flesh,...

(1951 movie version)
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Context This was a RKO movie, back in 1951. It is a loose adaptation from the horror/sci-fi novella Who goes there?. If you want you can read the creature profile for Who goes there? first. This isn’t the highest-profile movie adaptation of the tale. John Carpenter’s The...

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Context The creature was first seen in one of the classic 1950s Universal monster movies – in 1954, specifically. It had two sequels before the decade was over. This monster (also called the “Gill-Man”) is a minor horror icon, and thus often comes to mind when making...

(Atomic horror 1950s giant ants)
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Context This classic is one of the first nuclear monster films and one of the first “Big Bug” films. Another notable example of this sub-sub-genre is Tarantula (1955). In 1954, Them! was Warner Brothers’ highest grossing film. Them! is part of a genre sometimes called...