From caves and sewers come the Slime People, that kill, kill, kill! There is no escape from the Slime People. Luckily for us, we can hear them coming from a mile away, thanks to their gurgling, upset stomachs. I'll bet that a couple of Alka Seltzer tablets would do wonders in calming these creatures down. At least point them in the direction of the nearest public toilet but I digest. I mean, I digress.
The Slime People is a 1963 attempt at a horror movie about a race of subterranean reptile-men that invade the city of Los Angeles with rubber costumes and a fog machine.
By the way, what's Tim Robbins doing in this movie?
Directed by: Robert Hutton
Starring: Robert Hutton ... Tom Gregory
Les Tremayne ... Norman Tolliver
Robert Burton ... Prof. Galbraith
Susan Hart ... Bonnie Galbraith
William Boyce ... Cal Johnson
Judee Morton ... Lisa Galbraith
John Close ... KTTV Reporter Vince Williams
Edward Finch Abrams ... Bum in Theater (uncredited)
Bob Herron ... Slime Person (uncredited)
Jock Putnam ... Slime Person (uncredited)
Tracy J. Putnam ... Dr. Timothy Brough (uncredited)
Blair Robertson ... Mrs. Castillo (uncredited)
Joseph F. Robertson ... Bum in Theater (uncredited)
Fred Stromsoe ... Slime Person (uncredited)
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