Snow Devils (1967)


Directed by: Antonio Margheriti

Stars: Giacomo Rossi Stuart, Ombretta Colli, Renato Baldini

Language: English, Italian, German (3tracks)

Country: Italy | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Hdtvrip

Also known as: La morte viene dal pianeta Aytin, Devil Men from Space

Description:¬†Amidst a general melting of the ice caps, a weather station in the Himalayas is destroyed and Gamma I commander Rod Jackson and his partner, Frank Pulasky are sent to investigate. Joined by Lisa Nielson (looking for her fiance) and Sharu, their Sherpa guide, they are captured by a race of hairy blue-bodied giants whose leader explains they are the Aytia and have established this relay station on Earth to aid in their plan to create a vast ice plane so their race can leave their doomed solar system and conquer the Earth. Escaping from the outpost, Jackson finds out the aliens’ main base is on one of Jupiter’s moons, Callisto, and he and Pulasky are sent into space to battle the Aytia before human life on Earth is destroyed.


2.69GB | 90:11mins | 1278×720 | mkv

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4 Responses to Snow Devils (1967)

  1. d. miller says:

    I can always count on RL to introduce me to new vids. Thanks.

  2. ottobud says:

    A film from my youth that I’ve been looking for forever. Thank you so much!!

  3. Retro/Spin says:

    Thank you … I love Antonio Margheriti’s science-fiction films especially the Gamma-1 series….these movies deliver and you can see why Margheriti was Italy’s greatest science-fiction director….Snow Devils is definitely one of my favorite Gamma-1 films right behind my favorite film in the Gamma -1 series War of the Planets (1966, Italian title: I Diafanoidi Vengono da Marte) and Battle of the Worlds (1961, Italian title: Il Pianeta degli uomini spenti) as the best science-fiction films directed by Antonio Margheriti…

  4. OSMOSIS says:

    YES!! YES!! YES!!! The next to the last GAMMA-1 Movie (the last, of course, being the equally awesome THE GREEN SLIME). And like that movie, features as kickass theme song.
    Thank You, Rarelust.

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