Mad scientist Dr. Simond Trent attempts to further evolution by creating a creature that is a combination of human and reptile. When a group of criminals and an oil surveyor cross his path he sees the opportunity to experiment on even more people. This 1966 creature feature is a true throwback to a simpler time in horror: this film contains no excessive profanity (or ANY profanity for that matter), no blood, no gore, a creature in an unintentionally hilarious rubber mask, bad acting, questionable dialogue, poor audio, continuity errors, a villain who resembles Hunter S. Thompson, a group of locals doing "the snake dance" for what turns out to be no real reason at all--what else could one ask for? This is the kind of thing I loved to watch as a kid late Friday nights, and I couldn't help but smile watching this one. My only real complaint with this movie is that you only see the creature at the very end, and its appearance is tragically brief. I didn't expect this movie to be a great movie, and it certainly wasn't, but I loved it for what it was.
On A Scale Of One To Ten: 5