TV Movie | Not Rated | | Horror
An anthropologist/paleontologist and his daughter, while travelling through the southwestern U.S., stumble upon a colony of living, breathing gargoyles.
The hotel in the film was an old out-of-business hotel near Carlsbad, New Mexico. It was actually burned down for the film. The ruins were later recorded as a historical archaeological site with the New Mexico Department of Historic Preservation.
So you and your old man, you're not afraid of them gar-things, huh?
Diana Boley: Gargoyles are a scientific fact. And they're no more dangerous than a high school drop-out on a motorcycle.
During the ride from the airport to Uncle Willie's place you can see the knee of the sound man in the backseat of the station wagon, behind Dr. Boley's(Cornel Wylde) head.
The version available on DVD is the 74 minute European theatrical cut, which runs slightly longer than the original US TV broadcast version.