Along comes a Z-movie to meet all your needs: This sequel to cult classic "The Beast of Yucca Flats" delivers a guts-eating monster and scantily-clad ladies covered in fake blood. We've got a gallery.


Desert Man Beast has a lot to live up to. The Beast of Yucca Flats, released in 1961, is a tangled mess of atomic monsters, KGB agents, and pig-feeding. It stars Tor Johnson, the wrestler who was a favorite of Z-movie auteur Ed "Plan 9 From Outer Space" Wood, Jr. Basically the plot - if you can call it that - involves a guy running from the KGB, who may have landed on the moon (?). Our guy gets irradiated in the desert of Yucca Flats, and becomes a rampaging monster (Johnson). He bites people and menaces a nice family who really just want to pet some pigs.

The sequel features a new beast, who sports a very nice little furry pair of trunks. He gets to menace nubile ladies instead of a family, and I'm not sure if there's going to be any atomic KGB connection. But these stills make me think it might be worth seeing. Check out Desert Man Beast!

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Thanks, Avery Guerra!