This came out in the summer of 2016, and I have finally gotten around to watching it. This is easily one of the top releases of the year.
John Agar, John Carradine, Robert Hutton and Jean Byron star in this film about invisible beings coming to Earth and taking over the bodies of the dead.
They plan to destroy the Earth in three days and take it over. Carradine is a scientist who is killed at the beginning of the film and comes back as a walking corpse. Agar is an Army major while Hutton and Byron are scientists locked in an underground bunker with Agar and Byron's father played by Phillip Tonge.
This is, in my opinion one of the best of the 50's sci-fi films. I first caught this on a Sunday afternoon in the early 80's on KCPX TV from Salt lake City on a program called "Science Fiction Theater". I fell in love with it.
The film first came out on DVD paired with "Journey To The 7th Planet" and now I have both of them on Blu-ray. The picture and sound quality is beautiful and I cannot see any sci-fi fan passing this one up.