A young boy named Johnny (Gregory Moffett) is on a picnic with his widowed mother (Selena Royle) and sister (Claudia Barrett), when he meets a pair of archeologists (John Mylong, George Nader) exploring a nearby cave. Later, while napping, he has a dream -- that the Earth has been attacked by an alien named Ro-Man (played by George Barrows in a gorilla suit with a diving helmet), using the "calcinator death ray," and that he and his family (with Mylong and his mother now married) and scientist Nader are the only survivors. They try to elude capture by Ro-Man, who turns out to have some very human failings despite his mechanized mentality, including a desire to experience human emotions, which greatly complicates his efforts to destroy the family.
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3D Video/Audio Quality: C
2D Video/Audio Quality: A
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Posted by Bob on 29th Jul 2016
I really do love this movie, and the 2D version is just terrific in this set. Spotless, in my opinion. The 3D version in the set is where I have to remove two stars. The 3D version is taken from an old television broadcast, as noted in SUMOGORILLA's description of the product. They rated it at a quality of "c", which means 'old television' and they were not wrong. Alas, the picture on the 3D version is to blurry and undefined to make the experience enjoyable. It is neat to see Robot Monster as it would have been seen very long ago, though. There is a very funny sound effect in the scene where the boy gets back to his family and asks for a glass of water, and a censorship black bar when Ro-Man tears a dress. Neither of these, though funny and unique, make up for expecting a 3D experience and not getting it.