Nos hemos reido mucho, hay que ver cuanto ha evolucionado el cine. Muy serie B.
Amicus Films, the British company best known for its macabre horror anthologies, turned to large-scale fantasy for a successful series of films in the mid 1970s. Produced by John Dark and directed by Kevin Connor (FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE), the team adapted some of the works of noted sci-fi author Edgar Rice Burroughs, and the results were THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT (1975), AT THE EARTH'S CORE (1976), and LAND's sequel, THE PEOPLE THAT TIME FORGOT (1977) which was credited totally to AIP, for Amicus had already ceased to exist by the time it was released. MGM had released CORE and PEOPLE as single DVD releases in 2001, but now they have re-released PEOPLE properly with LAND on one great-looking double-feature disc!