I told Eegah!! that I should get the day off since, you know, it's X-Mas and all, and, he laughed at me!.. So, here are some great movie monster models for you to check out.
Lettuce start with a great looking model from IT CONQUERED THE WORLD. I still have my Billiken version of this classic creature from my creator, Mr. Paul Blaisdell...
This robot model from TARGET EARTH looks very cool, in fact, you'd think that the movie itself couldn't help but be a killer klassic!
Not sure why, but, this model for ATTACK OF THE CRAB MONSTERS is my favorite of the batch! Maybe because it'e so damn kitschy cool...
This Martian from WAR OF THE WORLDS is simply mind boggling! In the movie, you never get to see the thing's bottom half, so, no telling what that looks like!
Love the design of the creatures in I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE, this time they have enough sense to put pants on these horny males from another world!
Here's another great model for IT! THE TERROR FROM BEYOND SPACE, love all of those creepy three-fingered monsters. Of course, this is another classic Blaisdell design...
When I saw CURSE OF THE DEMON in 1957, I swear, it was mind boggling. What a thrill it was for a nine year old monster nut, I mean, like... WOW!!!
Here's a wild 'n' weird outdoor scene with three mental vampires from FIEND WITHOUT A FACE. You can see that the one dead creature has been shot!
This profile shot of Paul Blaisdell's space creature from BEAST WITH A MILLION EYES is amazing, it looks ultra modern and the costume design is absolutely alien!!
Here's a nice model of the ID Monster from FORBIDDEN PLANET, you can see what it actually looks like when it's completely visible!
Another great model of THE MONSTER THAT CHALLENGED THE WORLD, man, that is one creepy looking creature, sure wouldn't want to meet up with it in a dark alley!!
Look at this awesome scene from TOBOR THE GREAT, they played this one on TV a lot in the fifties and would watch it whenever it aired!
We'll end the show with PHANTOM PLANET, this is a really interesting creature played by Dungeon god, Richard Kiel... So, Merry Christmas to all of our readers, we do it all for you little monsters out there...