The first few scenes of this film make it clear that this movie is going to take no prisoners. Within the first 10 minutes we see a long drawn out death of a little boy being dragged underwater, that rivals Jaws in style and ingenuity, followed by a golden retriever getting killed by one of these Humanoids from the Deep. Humanoids From The Deep is about a small, seaside town that is attacked by these crazy looking mutant fish monsters. The monsters kill the men in brutal ways, while taking away the young teenage woman of the town for mating purposes. They are essentially a scientific creation gone awry, with this small town facing the consequences. The film definitely borrows elements of the story from Jaws, but it's much more gruesome, violent and cheesy in tone. Many of the death scenes are well executed, featuring a nice amount of style, even when having some pretty bad production values. The acting is probably the worst aspect of the film and the primary reason it could be considered part of the "Good Bad Movie" genre. The finale sequence is good fun and the film shows some poetic nuance by spending the time to show the destruction and violence which took place in the aftermath of the invasion of sorts.
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