Apparently there are big rubber monsters at the Earths core
At The Earth's Core review
12th March 2011
and most of them want to eat us.
But then thats B-movies for you, isnt it? Something always wants to eat us, or use us in some disgusting way. Luckily, for the peace-loving tribes that live below the Earths core, they have Troy McClure, sorry DOUG McClure to save them.
He and Peter Cushine drill their way into science fictions depths with the help of a large tank that theyve turned into the worlds biggest corkscrew. Then they meet monsters. But, hey, its not all bad. Apparently Caroline Munro lives down there and even wears make-up in her cavegirl outfit (it is possible the Earths core is on an Avon ladys route). Together they must help the nice tribe stop the nasty tribe from sacrificing them to big rubber crows or something.
This is B-movie gold. The first half I found a little slow, but it picked up into one giant cheesy, flamethrower-frog spouting wonderful, colourful mess. If you know what youre in for youll love this. However, the only (unusual) down side was Peter Cushine. I normally love him in these roles, however, he came across too annoying and more like C3P0s granddad.
This is one film that is due for a remake. Oh, wait, they sort of did with 2008s Journey to the Centre of the Earth, didnt they? In that case, just stick to the original.
And remember You cant mesmerise me Im British!