Kronos 1957 — A Sci-FI / Horror Movie Trailer

Kronos 1957 — A Sci-FI / Horror Movie Trailer

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The Most Incredible MONSTER of All Time!
Conqueror of the Universe!
World-Destroying Monster!

Aliens from another world send a huge robotic accumulator to invade the Earth and absorb all energy it comes in contact with. —Directorgene

In this Kurt Neumann sci-fi thriller, a 100-foot-high metal alien named Kronos is sent to Earth to absorb the energy necessary for the continued survival of the civilization who created him; the more energy Kronos sponges up, the larger he grows.

Synopsis: Spoilers?
The title and credits are in white font over a black background. We open with a saucer-shaped spacecraft drifting across a star-filled sky. It stops and hovers, ejects a small sphere that heads to Earth. On a lonely highway at night a truck approaches. The driver, McCrary (Kenneth Alton) smokes and whistles to a tune playing on the radio. Suddenly his radio experiences interference, all of the truck instruments malfunction, and the truck engine quit. He exits the vehicle to check the engine. The sphere loitering nearby transforms into a light and electrical energy and possesses McCrary. He gets back in his truck and drives to Lab Central, a government installation. A guard prevents his entrance. McCrary tells the guard he is lost. Distracting the guard, McCrary knocks the guard out with a monkey wrench. He walks into the main building and enters the office of Dr. Hubbell Eliot. Dr. Eliot (John Emery) challenges him asking, “Who are you? What are you doing here? You have no business here. How did you get past the guard?” McCrary never answers, but the light that possessed him is transferred to Dr. Eliot. McCrary falls to the floor. The injured guard and a maintenance man enter Eliot’s office to check on the director. The two men carry McCrary’s dead body out of the director’s office.

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Plot: Spoilers?
A huge, blinking flying saucer from deep space emits a glowing object, which races to Earth. It intercepts a man who’s driving his car down an isolated road. The object takes over the man’s body and directs it to LabCentral, a U.S. research facility that’s been tracking the saucer, thinking it was an asteroid.

The man’s possessed body forces its way into the lab and the entity inside takes control of the chief scientist, who directs three nuclear missiles to be fired at the saucer. Everyone is shocked when the explosion fails to destroy the object. The saucer crashes into the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Mexico. Impatient with the delay in getting a formal expedition to the crash scene, two of the lab’s scientists (one with his photographer girlfriend in tow) head down to Mexico. After their arrival, they see the saucer appear on the ocean’s surface. Terrified, they flee back to their lodging for the rest of the night.

The next morning the scientists (and a photographer/girlfriend) see a large, stories-tall machine that has appeared on the beach. Its four-legged body features two mobile antennae that resemble the terminals of a capacitor. They use a small helicopter to land atop the strange machine, glimpsing its complex inner workings before being forced to leave.

Under the direction of the possessed chief scientist, who now has lists of power stations and atom-bomb arsenals around the world, the machine, which has since been named Kronos, methodically attacks power plants in Mexico, draining all their energy. In doing so Kronos grows larger with every energy-absorption episode, consuming more and more power as it moves, unhindered, from one power source to the next. Four Mexican Air Force fighter planes attack, but the ever-growing alien machine easily destroys them and continues on its energy-draining rampage.

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