Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964]

« Page 1 from 1, showing 1 - 7 from 7 »

Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964]

Grandpa Brown:
Bobby... Bah-bee... Bobby... BAH-BEEE!

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
Barney and Martin had been bachelor buddies for years. But now that Martin was settling down to marriage, they were slowly drifting apart. Barney, naturally, was still dating all the girls in town, and he couldn't understand why Brett and Martin didn't pal around with him more than they did. He couldn't comprehend that married life brought with it not only new problems and duties, but the necessary togetherness of husband and wife as well. Despite Brett's most tactful considerations, such as inviting him over to dinner quite often, Barney was growing resentful of her, or at least she felt that he was. Since time began this change in relationships probably happened to all buddies in similar circumstances. Life has its way of making boys grow up, and with marriage, Martin's time had come. His life was now Brett, a life that he thoroughly enjoyed.

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
The Sergeant, a shaken man, returned babbling about what had happened. Realizing the full danger of the situation, decided he had only one means left to stop the monster: Grenades. Now Bradford made a drastic move. Acting on his superior authority, he forbade Caldwell to destroy the creature. The Colonel, more concerned with saving human lives than advancing Science, told Bradford to "Go to Hell."

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
He slowly asked Bradford what was in store for humanity. Bradford was pessimistic, but implied that maybe all was not lost. After all, he told him, the vastness of the universe was incredible. If these monsters had come from its outer limits, their home might even no longer exist. Or if they do come again, perhaps Man will have advanced enough to cope with them, and those that made them. Only God knows for sure, were Bradford's last words to anyone on this Earth.

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
Brett is his and he feels no man could ask for more. Now, without warning, their honeymoon was to become a nightmare.

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
That afternoon, in Mungreeve Park, a group of neighbors got together for a hoot-e-nanny.

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
Narrator:
Despite Brett's inquiries about what Martin had seen in the spacecraft, he avoided specific details for fear of distrubing her more than she was. If the truth were known, Martin was more than a little disturbed himself.

More Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] Movie: The Creeping Terror [1964] [06/16/2016 01:06:42]

« Page 1 from 1, showing 1 - 7 from 7 »

Quotes of the month

Eugene Ryabyi To die in the name of love is easy, but it is difficult to carry its fire through whole life. [10/24/2020 04:10:39] More


Ruslan Aushev For me, the customs of our ancestors are more important than even the highest award of the Motherland, so I cannot sit down at your table! [10/23/2020 09:10:41] More


Eugene Ryabyi Financial pyramids are constructed from paper money; a breath of wind, a spark of fire - and they will be gone. [10/04/2020 06:10:21] More


Ugo Foscolo To despise is not for everyone. [10/03/2020 12:10:23] More


Eugene Ryabyi Gossips, like a crow, evokes evil and spoils the mood. [10/11/2020 10:10:04] More