"Ug and Uglier"

Films: Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster (1965)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made (Frank), Alien (Mull)

Location: Haunted Home/Civilized Area/Eldritch Area

Height/Weight: 50 meters and 20,000 metric tons.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Good (Frank), Evil

Summary: No, there is no mad scientist. Yes, there is a creation of man going amuck. Yes, there is a nasty space monster, and yes, they do fight...eventually.

History: The Martians, having destroyed their world in a devastating nuclear war, need to find women to continue their race. Earth is nice, so they round some up and shoot down a rocket coming near them. That rocket held Colonel Frank Saunders, a hyper-advanced android, and due to the crash and subsequent malfunction, he's a little deformed and nuts. Oh, and the Martians have a monstrous mutant named Mull at their beck and call.

Notable Kills: See Final Fate.

Final Fate: Frank, having regained a bit of conscious, rescues the remaining kidnapped women, fights Mull to a stand-still, and sabotages the main Martian ship from the inside, killing all in it, including him and Mull. Who said robots can't make noble sacrifices?

Powers/Abilities: Being an android, Frank can withstand damage that would kill a human.

Weakness: Anything conventional, or big like an explosion.

Scariness Factor: 4-Major points for creativity on Mull's part! He looks like a gorilla ripped straight out of Hell! As for Frank, he does look like an even more manic Two-Face, but he meant well in the end.

Trivia: -Mull was played by an uncredited Bruce Glover, the father of Crispin Glover.

-This film was released in the U.K. as "Duel of the Space Monsters".

Image Gallery

Remember kids! You could become breeding stock, too!

No wonder he went insane. LOOK AT HIM!

At least it isn't Ro-Man.

Our silly Martians, just so you know.