Fans of 1950s-era monster-from-outer-space movies rejoice! Kronos will satisfy even the most discriminating viewer of this dreck...I mean science fiction classic. While atomic research scientists are being taken over by hostile mind-control devices from an orbiting space ship, a gigantic (dime-sized) flying saucer crash-lands on earth and from it emerges Kronos, a giant metal monster so unpenetratable it can withstand a direct hit by a hydrogen bomb! Remember to watch the included theatrical trailer
The black-and-white 2.35:1 DVD is not anamorphically enhanced, and exhibits nice gray scale quality that centers on a newspaper gray. Images can be fairly sharp, but are often soft and smeared. Aliasing problems, moir
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