1920: Heading to London, an ocean liner sinks in the north Atlantic. Ten survivors in a lifeboat make it to an uncharted island that looks a lot like Fairfield, Connecticut. The horror begins right away, as a crew member, exploring the island finds a pond containing what he believes is fresh drinking water. Ahhhh...life's little practical jokes! The water is actually a pond of acid and we get to see the man's face melt off in all its bloody glory. John (Robert Nolfi), a handsome, semi-intelligent crew-member then leads the survivors into the island to explore...not a good idea. Believing the island safe, they leave a wounded man on the beach...he will soon be eaten right down to his skeleton. Then the attacks start. Hundreds of little red men charge. They are a foot tall and love to bite. Two of the women, dressed like 1920s flappers, are very vulnerable, as our little beasts (...or creatures), aim for their breasts and upper thighs.
Will any of our castaways make it off the island reasonably intact? The beasts (...or creatures) are cute and vicious. The gore is red and flowing. Low-budget, but energetic, "Attack of the Beast Creatures" will entertain any horror movie fan, and is available on YouTube. For those seeking a shipwreck movie, and "Titanic" just didn't do it....see "Attack of the Beast Creatures."