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Santo y Blue Demon contra los Monstruos

Santo and Blue Demon vs the Monsters

Mexico 1969
produced by
Jesús Sotomayor Martínez], Heberto Dávila Guajardo] (executive) for [Cinematográfica Sotoma, Heberto Dávila Guajardo (executive) for Cinematográfica Sotomayor
directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares
starring Santo, Blue Demon, Carlos Ancira, Jorge Rado, Hedi Blue, Santanón, Vicente Lara, Manuel Leal, Gerardo Zepeda, David Alvizu, Fernando Rosales, Raúl Martínez Solares, Adalberto Martínez, Carlos Suárez, Margarita Delgado, Elsa María Tako, Yolanda Ponce, Manuel Alvarado, Carlos Corona, Alejandro Cruz, Juan Garza, Cavernario Galindo
story by Rafael García Travesi, Jesús Sotomayor Martínez, screenplay by Rafael García Travesi, music by Gustavo César Carrión

El Santo, Blue Demon, El Santo and Blue Demon, Frankenstein

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Mad scientist Bruno Halder (Carlos Ancira) has developed a serum to revive the dead - and then he dies ... but is of course revived by his loyal hunchbacked midget Waldo (Santanón) and his zombies. Now all he can think about is having his revenge (for what?) on his brother Otto (Jorge Rado), his niece Gloria (Hedi Blue), and his niece's boyfriend Santo. So he revives a series of classic monsters, including Frankenstein's monster (Manuel Leal), a mummy (Fernando Rosales), a vampire (David Alvizu), a wolfman (Vicente Lara) and the Cyclops (Gerardo Zepeda), kidnaps Santo's best wrestler friend Blue Demon and makes an evil clone from him ... and then it's all-out attack. But somehow the monsters' attacks are always thwarted, be it for the odd crucifix just hanging around (at least that works on the vampire), Santo's clobbering powers, or sunrise (during the day, the monsters sleep you know). Halder grows more and more desperate in his attempts to kill his enemies, he even has his vampire fight Santo in the ring (unsuccessfully of course), but nothing works. Eventually though, he manages to kidnap Otto and Gloria, but Santo has managed to attach a mini radio to Frankenstein's monster which allows him to finally trace down Halder's hideout, where he manages to destroy the evil Blue Demon clone, free the real Blue Demon, and together they defeat Halder's gang of monsters, destroy his monster-making lab, free Otto and Gloria, and finally see to it that Halder's place goes up in flames ...

 

As far as monster movies go, this one is of course as silly as they get: The plot makes very little sense, seems to be little more than an excuse for wrestler-vs-monster-fights, of course there is little in character motivation let alone development, and you can't shake the feeling you have seen all of this before. And as for the monsters, most of them look ridiculous, like the Frankenstein monster with a goatee, or the cyclops that seems to be made out of wool. And what about this dwarf (or whatever it is) with its exposed brain?

All of this sounds of course like a recipe for disaster, which this movie probably is - but it's also a gem for a trashfilm enthusiast just like myself, something not to be missed for the pure joy of it!!!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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