Dark Action Movie Reviews

Action Movies

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1966
A vampire is determined to convert a notorious Old West outlaw's fiancee.
1966
An Old West outlaw finds refuge in a castle where resuscitation experiments are conducted.
1966
A giant monster attacks Japan and takes on an irradiated creature.
1966
An experimental lab animal escapes from his captors.
1966
Shipwrecked on a tropical island, a group of people attempt to escape a giant crab-like creature.
1966
An atomic explosion awakens a giant turtle.
1965
A gigantic turtle threatens to destroy Tokyo.
1965
During WWII, two giants fight each other.
1965
Aliens negotiate with humans in order to borrow three monsters from earth.
1964
A princess is possessed by an alien force that threatens to unleash a giant destructive creature.
1964
Business men attempt to acquire an egg that a giant moth and a dinosaur are fighting over.
1963
Birds of all kinds attack the residents of a small town.
1962
A giant gorilla is summoned so it can defeat an old dinosaur that has been threatening Japan's security.
1961
Small creatures held captive by a corporation summon a giant larva to rescue them.
1956
The Japanese military protects a city against giant mutated insects and dinosaurs.
1956
An aquatic prehistoric creature is captured and turned into an air-breather by a mad scientist.
1956
A doctor discovers that the population of his town is being replaced by alien duplicates.
1956
An American reporter narrates his encounter with a giant mutated dinosaur in Japan.
1955
Having escaped the aquatic park where it was held captive, a prehistoric monster terrorizes a city.
1955
Two irradiated dinosaurs fight each other on the shores of a Japanese city.

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The ranking is established by the sum of 8 ratings: stars, gimmick, rewatchability, story, creativity, acting, quality, and creepiness.

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