I Married a Monster From Outer Space

Problems. 1957 and 1958 had problems. First up, your teenagers could be monsters! This Teenage Werewolf is especially a great trailer, spoonfeeding you how you’re supposed to think of the characters in case the performances didn’t get them across. “Appealing.”
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Sometimes you don’t have kids that are problems. Sometimes you have spousal problems. It’s terrible when you think you married somebody only to find they’re someone completely different. Could be worse–they could be a SPACE ALIEN!

I love the trailer being mashed up with another trailer–what kind of children? SPACE CHILDREN!

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Last year at this time it was, among other things, the trailer for I Walked With a Zombie, while we’re on the topic of “I Did This…” movies…

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