February 2013 ~ HELL BUSINESS

August 29, 2013 – 01:25

After spending a season at Space, astronaut returns to Earth and discovers that his planet was devastated and is being controlled by unknown beings. Determined to resist bravely, astronaut survivors gathers to try to save the Earth.

The Earth Dies Screaming (The Earth Dies Screaming) is a British film of science fiction originally released in 1964, directed by Terence Fisher and starring Willard Parker Virginia Field, Dennis Price, Vanda Godsell, Thorley Walters, David Spencer and Anna Palk.

The legendary director Terence Fisher for many years was the brain behind the anthology Hammer Films , and its productions stood out virtuosity director with the camera even in low-budget productions. In one of his incursions by other studios, Terence Fisher performs at Shepperton Studios the excellent The Earth Dies Screaming, movie linking satisfactorily horror and science fiction . It is without a doubt a pioneer as it gathers various elements that would later be exploited in several horror movies and science fiction . Moreover, the film left some legacies: the British band UB40 has a song called "The Earth Dies Screaming" and, in 1983, was released for the Atari game inspired by the eponymous film. Island Of Terror, 1966) e O Demônio de Fogo (Night of the Big Heat, 1967), ambos produzidos pela Planet Productions. The film is the first in the trilogy of Sci performed by Terence Fisher , which is complete with Island of Terror (Island Of Terror, 1966) and The Fire Demon (Night of the Big Heat, 1967), both produced by Planet Productions. A real treat to fans of good old Horror / Sci-Fi! Recommend unconditionally.

Original title: The Earth Dies Screaming (1964)
Color: B & W
DVD Region: All
Legend: Portuguese
Languages ​​/ Sound System:
English - Dolby Digital 2.0
Screen Formats: Widescreen

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