Space Master X-7 (1958)

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A fungus brought from space threatens to grow and spread, devouring everyone in its path.


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  • Paul Frees and Lyn Thomas in Space Master X-7 (1958)
  • Lyn Thomas in Space Master X-7 (1958)
  • Paul Frees and Bill Williams in Space Master X-7 (1958)
  • Robert Ellis, Paul Frees, Lyn Thomas, and Bill Williams in Space Master X-7 (1958)
  • Robert Bice, Robert Ellis, Paul Frees, and Bill Williams in Space Master X-7 (1958)
  • Robert Ellis and Bill Williams in Space Master X-7 (1958)

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11 March 2006 | geg1043
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| Better than THE BLOB
As a 12 year old, this was the most mind blowing movie of my childhood. Much more scary than the "A" movie, The Fly (great movie), released with it. I would always think that the mold would get into the house and eat me away (something like Necrotizing Fasciitis). Even though this movie is in B&W, the movie, for me, was much scarier than the BLOB. This is one of the two most psyche scaring movies of my childhood...the other being GOG. Honorable mention for this segment would go to the Crawling Eye, Invasion of the Saucermen, and War of the Satellites. My dad was a sci-fi nut as much as me and the two of us would see every new release as soon as they came out. These movies are very much part of my upbringing/childhood. I would love to get a copy of Blood Rust/SpaceMaster X7.

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