This sequel to The Blob of 1958 finds the man-eating mass up to its old tricks. Known as The Movie That J.R. Shot, as Larry Hagman directed it during a few weeks off, for fun, on a small budget and with the help of his friends. The Blob is resurrected in this installment when a piece of frozen blob is brought back from the Arctic and allowed to thaw. Very soon, the bloody-red wobbler is sucking up victims by the pseudopod-full.
New York City factory worker Eddie Marino (Forster) is a solid citizen and regular guy, until the day a sadistic street gang brutally assaults his wife and murders his child. But when a corrupt judge sets the thugs free, Eddie goes berserk and vows revenge. Now there’s a new breed of marauder loose on the city streets, enforcing his own kind of law. His justice is swift. His methods are violent. He is the Vigilante.
Dr. George Dumurrier is looking for money to expand the San Francisco based clinic he runs with his brother. He is also having an affair with Jane, a glamorous fashion photographer. When Dumurrier’s wife Susan dies following an asthma attack, leaving him a million dollar insurance payout, it seems that all his problems are solved – until an anonymous phone call sends him to the Roaring 20s strip club where he is astonished to discover that its featured performer, the dangerously desirable Monica Weston, looks exactly like his dead wife.
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