From Hell It Came (1957) Dan Milner

From Hell It Came (1957)
 Genre: Horror | Sci-Fi
Country: USA | Director: Dan Milner
Language: English | Subtitles: English (Optional, embedded in mkv file)
Aspect Ratio: Widescreen 1.85:1 | Length: 70mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x720 - 23.976fps - 1.36gb

Tabonga, a killer spirit reincarnated as a scowling tree stumps, comes back to life and kills a bunch of natives of a South Seas island. A pair of American scientists save the day. 

Atomic fallout in the 50's had been blamed for many destructive forces, generally in the form of huge giant animal mutations such as ants in Them!, a Praying Mantis in Deadly Mantis, and the penultimate live wrecking machine Godzilla himself. But in this film - From Hell It Came - the atomic fall out causes a tree-like creature to wreak its revenge on a small island and its natives. This is a tree that has grown from a human corpse buried in a wooden casket...a casket that somehow germinates into this killing sapling called Tobanga.

This film is a classic of its type. It has very poor production values, and the natives all have thick New York accents (being sure to lend the proceeding a complete air of unreality). Add some very unbelievable special effects and a far-out story - and of course a group of lead actors that would make ed Wood proud, and you have the core of this film. Despite its many shortcomings, the film is highly enjoyable as a piece of Le Bad Cinema.

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