"Monster On The Campus" is your typical teenage drive-in movie of the late 1950's, full of creature effects and spine-tingling scares, 50's style. Today, the film is of note for the early appearance of teen idol Troy Donahue who plays a college student. In this one the fun starts when Donahue delivers the remains of a prehistoric fish to his college professor. While examining the specimen the professor is exposed to its blood and is transformed into the character of the title. From this moment on the campus will never be the same again. "Monster On The Campus" is directed by legendary filmmaker Jack Arnold, the man responsible for other famous 50's sci-fi hits such as, "It Came From Outer Space (1953), "Creature From The Black Lagoon" (1954), "Revenge Of The Creature" (1955), "Tarantula" (1955), "The Incredible Shrinking Man" (1957), "The Space Children" (1958) and the teen classic "High School Confidential" (1958). "Monster On The Campus" does have alternative titles and is sometimes known as "Monster in the Night" or "Stranger on the Campus". One thing is for sure, if it's campy 50's sci-fi your looking for "Monster On The Campus" delivers the goods, so grab yourself some popcorn, sit in that favorite comfy chair of yours, put your feet up and settle in for a mad-cap adventure, 50's style.