Decades of Horror 1970s Episode 22 — Frogs (1972)
Frogs is one of the first eco-horror films from the Seventies – could be the first depending on how Willard (1971) is categorized. The film also features a young, buff Sam Elliot – without his signature mustache! Ray Milland, Joan Van Ark and Adam Roarke head up the rest of the cast. The George McCowan directed film provides plenty of thrills and excitement – sort of – as an evil gang of frogs and toads leads an island full of creepy critters on a murderous rampage: snakes, spiders, lizards, alligators and snapping turtles take out the cast one-by-one. The Black Saint and Doc Rotten share their thoughts on the film, how it holds up and debate if it is truly an overlooked classic or a glorious groovy crap-fest.
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