PG | | Horror, Sci-Fi
The survivors of a plane crash in a remote area are attacked by blob-like alien creatures that turn their victims into blood-thirsty vampires.
Reputed to be one of Quentin Tarantino's favorite movies. A scene in Kill Bill: Volume1 showed an airplane window with a red sky outside.
Mr. Mano, Japan's becoming like America, isn't it?
Gôzô Mano, the senator: What do you mean by that?
Tokuyasu: Using a rifle to kill people. It's a pity to have lost such a fine man. The ambassador was trying his best to find a way to settle the trouble in Southeast Asia.
Gôzô Mano, the senator: Tokuyasu, do ...
In the first shot of the red sky from the cockpit, before the UFO appears for the first time, the bottom border of the red-hued transparent plastic covering causing the effect is visible resulting in a long sliver of normal blue sky below it.
While the original 1968 Japanese release of KYUKETSUKI GOKEMIDORO has the full cast and crew credits, the American release only has one title card reading "TFC and Pacemaker Films present BODY SNATCHER FROM HELL" and it's 1977 U.S. release copyright date. The American version does not give any information of who made the film or starred in it.