Los autómatas de la muerte (1962)

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The evil scientist Dr. Caronte plots to revive the brains of three dead scientists and use them to obtain the formula for the super-powerful neutron bomb. The resulting creation needs blood... See full summary »


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21 September 1999 | Jens-28
Hilarious Mexican Wrestling Horror Nonsense!
This is apparently the third Neutron-film and in this our masked marvel, Neutron, is fighting his archenemy, the evil Dr. Caronte (who survived the 2nd movie). With the help of three brains, a dwarf and some vampire zombies Caronte is planning to take over the world, of course, by creating a neutronbomb! I don't know if Neutron was a big rival to the mighty Santo in the 60's, he's shorter and not that convincing in the "fight scenes" but he sure know how flex his muscles! It's campy, juvenile fun and Caronte's dwarf-sidekick has to be seen (and heard!). Enjoy!

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Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller

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Release Date:

1962

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

Filming Locations

Mexico

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