Kronos movie was released Aug 22, 2000 by the Image Entertainment studio. Black & White; Soundtrack English
Kronos review Product Description
A power depleted civilization sends a robot to Earth to gather its energy resources. Kronos video As the robot devours increasingly large amounts of energy, its size enlarges correspondingly. Kronos film Yikes!
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A DIFFERENT SCI-FI MOVIE WITH A GIANT ROBOT TAKING ENERGY FROM EARTH GREAT!
By ponaski (PUNTA GORDA FL USA)
"Kronos" is not a great SF film, but presented like this -- in beautiful black-and-white and widescreen (VERY widescreen) -- it looks fantastic.
By Robert (Wollongong, Australia)
Only for the faithful cult sci-fi fan. Very old and moldy... special effects to laugh at, but consider the year it was made... ....
By sketch481 (Gurnee, IL)
||Not your average 50s sci-fi movie|
okay, so it's another 50s alien invasion flick, but the concept of a giant, energy-absorbing robot is a new twist compared hairy monsters etc.
By a reviewer (Berlin, Germany)
||Big Robot, oh Boy!|
Kronos DVD for sale Great 1950's sci-fi. Kronos movie Excellent buy. Lots of fun.
By Vince O (Tampa)
seen this movie?
Kronos video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1281768|
|Release Date||Aug 22, 2000|
|Also Known As||Kronos - Ravager of Planets|
|Running Time||78 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound; Widescreen|
Kronos DVD Features
Scientists at a "Top Secret" atomic research laboratory are taken over by strange fantastic control devices launched from an orbiting space ship inhabited by a hostile super-intelligence from beyond the stars. Simultaneously, a gigantic flying saucer crashes in the Gulf of Mexico and Kronos, a giant metallic monolith monster, emerges. Unstoppable, it slashes across the countryside, draining the earth of all its electrical energy and beaming it into space. Kronos, a weapon so perfect in design it absorbs a direct hit by a Hydrogen bomb and becomes that much more powerful! Atomic age excitement! Atomic age thrills! All in out-of-this-world "Regalscope" format for the first time on DVD.
Source: Image Entertainment, Inc.
Full Frame - 1.33
Widescreen - 2.35
Dolby Digital Mono - English
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