Saturday Frights

Saturday Frights: Killdozer (1974)

Hello, dear viewers. You seemed to quite enjoy last week’s television film offering of Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell. So I took the liberty of securing a film print for another popular made-for-television feature for your viewing pleasure known as Killdozer.

Originally broadcast by the National Broadcasting Company on February 2, 1974 the story concerns a group of construction workers tasked with creating an airstrip for an oil drilling company on an island located near Africa. Unbeknownst to the crew a meteor had fallen from the heavens and buried itself deep in the ground many thousands of years before their untimely arrival, awaiting the day it’s evil could be freed…to become the Killdozer. Heh, heh, heh.

Will any of the crew be able to survive the onslaught of this unexpected mechanical monster? I suggest you gather your loved ones together, dim those lights…yes…even that one you left on in the bathroom and learn the answer as we view Killdozer.

[Via] anythingoestheater’s channel

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