The Space Children (Jack Arnold, 1958). Ah, disappointment. The childhood memory does not hold up, and despite some nice shots and the director’s social concern, the overall thing is pretty tedious. It’s about kids at a seaside rocket base encountering a blob from space, which comes in peace.
At What a Feeling!, go back to a low point in Charles Bronson’s run of Eighties vehicles, with a review of J. Lee Thompson’s incredible Kinjite: Forbidden Subjects.