Terror from Beneath the Earth Trailer
Ken Hulsey - Monster Island News

Christopher R Mihm has created his own Batman movie. That is to say that he has created a movie with a giant, mutated, humanoid, bat creature in it.

Of all the directors out there today, who are taking the time to make movies that mirror the classic 'drive-in' horrors of the 1950s and 60s, Mihm is by far the best. His films capture the true 'feel' of those movies that were produced all those years ago. For Mihm it is passion that was passed down from his late father, a man who loved 'the classics' from the golden era of sci fi. The director was practically raised on these types of films, so it would stand to reason that all those hours parked in front of the tube with his father would serve as his education in film making. If there is anybody out there, who is truly qualified to make these types of movies, it is Christopher R Mihm.

Here is the official synopsis for Mihm's "Terror from Beneath the Earth":

After years of underground atomic testing, one of the animals living within the Wisawa caves (a system that stretches from Phantom Lake to the Deadlands) has undergone a radical and unimaginably horrible transformation! While exploring the caves, Dr. Vincent Edwards (Mike Cook) and colleague Rosemary Bennett (Stephanie Mihm) stumble across evidence in the disappearance of local children. After reporting the find to the local sheriff, Dr. Edwards and Rosemary are tapped to lead a rescue attempt. Along with the sheriff and small-town farmer Stan Johnson (the children's father), the rescue party quickly comes to the realization that if the caves don't get them, whatever unseen terror lurking in the shadows just might!

It looks like another classic from Christopher R Mihm and Saint Euphoria Pictures!