The Whisperer In The Darkness is the second film from The H P Lovecraft Historical Society. The first was 4-5 years ago and it was much shorter. This is a nicely produced well made B&W feature that doesn't fit the fake made in the past hook they are using. It looks too nice and there is all the obvious CGI. They sort of follow the Lovecraft story but add a radio debate with real life Charles Fort. It's sort of entertaining. Near the end they add an action scene that wouldn't be in a Lovecraft story. An ariel dogfight between a biplane and the flying alien creatures. They introduce a little girl jut so they can kill off in the chase scene. It's kind of dull at times but the core of the story isn't too bad. Not worth a buy for me, others might like it more. The Naked Monster on the other hand is something I might pick up even though it's sort of terrible. It's a low-low-budget film that took 20 years to make. Ted Newsome produced, wrote and co-directed the monster movie parody with Wayne Berwick. They started back in 1984 and created a vhs release called The Attack Of The B-Movie Monster. Years later Newsom added a lot of stock footage to to the movie for the dvd. It's gone out of print but you can still find it on Amazon.
There's a monster sighted and the sheriff goes to see the only guy he knows of who fought a monster before. Kenneth Tobey plays the retired military guy, Brink Stevens plays the sheriff's scientist girlfriend, and John Goodwin plays the government agent who comes to check out the monster. There are a wealth of character actors as guest stars, most of who were in the monster movies this thing parodies, and it was fun to see them. There are a lot of jokes and bits of material that reference the genre. As fans I think we were more interested in seeing the movie than someone who might stumble across it but if you like those old 50's low budget monster movies this might be for you. Some of the jokes are lame and some are fun. The mosnter is a hoot, large and green with three eyes. Goofy stuff happens but the human's get through it. There some gratuitous nudity with a shower scene from Brink, a topless scene with fan favorite Linnea Quigley, and some other random bits with a woman who's got a terrible boob job. You might like it, you never know.