From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
Monstroid (1980, USA) is a Eco-Terror film directed by Kenneth Hartford, Herbert L. Strock (uncredited).
- Released in 1980 | Color
- Running Time: 98 min
- Production Co: Academy International
- Distribution Co: M & M (1980) (USA) (theatrical)
- Directed by Kenneth Hartford, Herbert L. Strock (uncredited)
- Written by Kenneth Hartford (as Kenneth Herts), Walter Roeber Schmidt, Garland Scott, Herbert L. Strock
- Starring James Mitchum, John Carradine, Philip Carey, Anthony Eisley, Andrea Hartford, Glen Hartford, Coral Kassel, Aldo Sambrell
- Produced by Kenneth Hartford, Garland Scott
- Original Music by Gene Kauer
- Cinematography by Art Fitzsimmons, J. Wilder Mincey
- Film Editing by Michael Johnson
Also Known As
- It Came from the Lake | Monster, the Legend That Became a Terror | Toxic Monster | Finland - Kuoleman järvi | Greece - To teras tis limnis | USA - Monstroid: It Came from the Lake | USA | The Toxic Horror |Germany - Monster aus der Tiefe
- Part Animal ... Part Shark ... All Devil! It Hunts Humans on Land and Sea!
- The Legend That Became a Terror!
- Buried in the mud of countless centuries - something has begun to grow....