- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Unrated
- Run Time: 2 hours, 17 minutes
- Video: Black & White / Color
- Released: November 25, 2003
- Originally Released: 1965
- Label: Image Entertainment
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
Performers, Cast and Crew:
A rogue brain, beach girls, surfers, and more all combine in this campy double-feature, including:
THE BEACH GIRLS AND THE MONSTER - Black-and-white with color surfing sequences, this campy classic also offers a Frank Sinatra Jr. bongo drum score as the monster stalks beach bunnies. Cool, Daddy-O!
THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS - A nasty brain from outer space crash lands in (where else') the California desert, and proceeds to take over the body of a research scientist. When not leering at the lovely leading lady, the super-evil, super-intelligent, super-sized cerebellum makes the telepathically possessed scientist do an abundance of naughty things, including blow up a city, explode airplanes, and even boil water!
Description by Image Entertainment:
Beach Girls and The Monster - At California's Malibu Beach, you'll find everything: hot, hunky, sun-bronzed surfers; bikini-clad chicks stacked to Pasadena; rock n' rollers; beatniks; booze; beer and something else--a hideous reptilian monster with a hunger for bitchin' babes. Dance to the rockin' tunes "Monster in the Surf" and "More Than Wanting You." Chill to the ghastly monster as it stalks its prey. Thrill as the surf-studs ride the big ones in a drive-in '60s romp that will scare the yell out of you! Great fun. Brain From Planet Arous - A strange alien ship crash lands in the California desert, bringing a terrifying evil intelligence from another planet whose mission is to conquer the world using subversive mind control. Wonderful Atomic Age entertainment with floating brains, telepathic possession, atom bombs and a scientist whose eyes can destroy planes in mid-flight, plus a sex-starved alien brain monster with lustful desires for beautiful leading lady Joyce Meadows, who delicately refuses its advances with a meat ax. Not to be missed!
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