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An evil scientist intent on creating a sea monster gets some resistance from a masked hero. This movie features The Miserable Dr. Eric Williams  who lives on the ship called REPTILICUS intent on creating a gill man...

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An evil scientist intent on creating a sea monster gets some resistance from a masked hero. This movie features The Miserable Dr. Eric Williams (reminiscent of THE AWFUL DR. ORLOFF, THE HORRIBLE DR. HITCHCOCK and THE DIABOLICAL DR. Z) who lives on the ship called REPTILICUS (doesn't that remind you of a weedy Danish monster?) intent on creating a gill man (isn't that what they called THE CREATURE OF THE BLACK LAGOON?) which he refers to at one point as The Amphibian Man (wasn't that a Russian science fiction movie?), but whom he renames Pisces. The monster ends up looking like a cross between the marine creatures in WAR-GODS OF THE DEEP and the ones in HORROR OF PARTY BEACH (without the hot dogs) with multifaceted eyes like THE FLY. He's created the monster by using the pituitary glands of wrestlers (just so you know that the movie is from Mexico). He's decided he needs to create a mate for his monster (shades of BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN), and he sets his eyes on Bat Woman....(scifilm.org)
Big thanks to Pulasky for this fansub.

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AKA:Mujer murciélago, La
Director:René Cardona
Year:1968
Language:Spanish, English subs.
Format:F
Audio Quality:8.5
Video Quality:8.0
Starring:Maura Monti Roberto Cañedo Héctor Godoy David Silva Crox Alvarado

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