Alien from the Deep
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|Alien From the Deep (Alien of the Abyss)|
|Directed by||Antonio Margheriti|
|Written by||Tito Carpi|
|Produced by||Gianfranco Couyoumdjian|
Franco Gaudenzi (associate producer)
|Cinematography||Fausto Maria Zuccoli|
|Edited by||Alberto Moriani|
|Music by||Andrea Ridolfi|
Robert O. Ragland (stock music)
Gico Cinematografica S.r.l.
VIP International Films
|Distributed by||Titanus Film (Italy, 1989)|
Cinor (France, 1990)
Imperial Entertainment (US/Poland, 1991/1993)
One 7 Movies (2011)
Alien From the Deep or Alien of the Abyss is a 1989 Italian-Filipino horror sci-fi action monster movie directed by Antonio Margheriti. The movie is a ripoff of the movies The Abyss and Alien.
Plot[change | change source]
Two members of Greenpeace discover that a local factory dumps radioactive waste into an active volcano, which has created a terrifying alien-like creature in the bottom of the sea, who wreaks havoc in the area.
Cast[change | change source]
- Daniel Bosch as Bob
- Julia McKay as Jane
- Robert Marius as Lee
- Charles Napier as Colonel Kovacks
- Alan Collins as Dr. Geoffrey
Production[change | change source]
- Filmed in 1988-1989, in Pagsanjan, Laguna, in the Philippines and Latina, Lazio in Italy, the movie features an giant alien named Big Claw made of rubber and an animatronic puppet in some scenes, and also props including miniatures and vehicle scale models.