Attack of the 50 Foot Woman
A titanic beauty spreads a macabre wave of horror! A terrifying masterpiece of shock and chills!
Phlandering husband Harry wants to get rid of alcoholic wife Nancy and run away with the family fortune and his mistress. Constant verbal abuse and a flat-out murder attempt almost worked. He might get away with it – but then the ALIEN encounter! A genie in a flying saucer has been whizzing by and Nancy gets too close. Now she’s 50 feet tall and growing faster than the chains of society can hold her back.
The pure guilty pleasure of a B-movie is alive and tall in this classic from 1958. The effects and dialogue aren’t going to impress – they are going to amuse like crazy. Yet while you are laughing at the sheer sillyness, you will be ecstatic when she finally starts kicking ass on all men.
Come enjoy the 1950s glory of watching movies outside at the one-night only CineVegas drive-in. Walk up and sit down under the beautiful neon of Fremont Street and watch the statues come alive. Bring your steady girl and drink a mai-tai. Its June in Vegas.
When: Monday, June 15, 2009
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Where: Fremont Street Experience, 425 Fremont St, Las Vegas
Cost: $9 - $10
Age limit: Not available
Event posted June 4, 2009
Last updated June 4, 2009
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