The Loch Ness Horror
The Loch Ness Horror is a 1981 independent monster movie directed by Larry Buchanan. The film was written by Buchanan and Lyn Schubert.
The Loch Ness Monster is feeding on unsuspecting swimmers and eventually goes on a killing spree. There are three subplots: the monster's egg that is ready to hatch, a scientist who wants to capture the beast, and a mysterious sunken Nazi bomber plane which the military is trying to cover up. A Scottish scientist, George Sanderson, finds help from an American sonic expert, Spencer Dean, to team up and hunt for the monster. Along the journey, Spencer falls in love with Kathleen Stuart, who is the daughter of the first person to claim to take a photo of the monster, Jack Stuart. As these events are happening, a rival scientist, Professor Pratt, and his team are searching for the monster as well. Professor Pratt and his team end up finding a sunken World War II German bomber before retrieving the monster's egg. Although Professor Pratt and his team receive the monster's egg, the monster ends up killing his assistants, and Professor Pratt manages to successfully take the egg into his van. As Spencer and Sanderson attempt to locate the monster, Kathleen gets kidnapped by Professor Pratt. Kathleen is held captive while the monster goes on a killing spree in attempts to get her egg back. The monster's efforts are not successful, the monster is blown up, but her eggs are left to survive.
|keywords||george sand happen held captive kidnap killing spree loch ness monster nazi nazi germany search the loch ness monster world war ii|
|musicBy||Richard H. Theiss|
|theme||independent monster movie|