Tag Archives: Eco-horror

The Children (1980)

An accident at a nearby nuclear power plant releases a thick radioactive fog that drifts through a small country community.  A bus full of school children returning home from school drives through the fog and is later found abandoned on … Continue reading

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Kingdom of the Spiders (1977)

In the small rural town of Camp Verde, Arizona, local farmer Walter Colby’s prize calf, which is sure to win the grand prize at the county fair, suddenly becomes ill.  Robert “Rack” Hansen, the local veterinarian, examines the animal, but … Continue reading

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Humanoids from the Deep (1980)

Humanoids from the Deep is an effective exploitation film produced by Roger Corman that combined the monster on the beach genre (1964s The Horror of Party Beach being a good example) with such trendy 1970s topics of environmentalism, racism, and … Continue reading

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Barracuda (1978)

In the southern coastal community of Palm Grove, two divers are viciously attacked and eaten by a school of barracuda while diving near a drain pipe for the local chemical plant.  A short time later, a marine biologist professor and … Continue reading

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Empire of the Ants (1977)

Barrels of radioactive waste are jettisoned into the ocean and wash ashore on a small island off the coast of Florida near the future home of “Dreamland Shores”.  On the mainland, unscrupulous land developer Marilyn Fryser and her assistant/lover Charlie … Continue reading

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