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A mad journey into the mind of the depraved!

A mad journey into the mind of the depraved!
Recommended for devolved primates only!

Sunday, July 17, 2016


 So most of this movie is one of those creepy old houses kind of deals which at least has some good atmosphere and you get Boris Karloff(even if he's confined to a wheelchair for almost all of his screentime) which is always good. Then they throw in some radioactive monsters caged up in a greenhouse including a big octopus-looking creature(which I guess makes sense since this was supposed to be based on an old HP Lovecraft story called THE COLOUR OUT OF SPACE). These are not your main monsters though since those turn out to be an ugly radioactive melting lady, who crows like a bird, and finally a clunky(also radioactive) metal man(funny how radiation has such different reactions on certain people). Nick Adams, who I only really know from that Godzilla movie in space, is our hero and he certainly seems like he came from a Godzilla movie with his acting style. This one is pretty dull outside of the few oddball elements that pop up from time to time and is easily skippable except for horror-completists who need to see everything Karloff ever did. AKA MONSTER OF TERROR and THE HOUSE AT THE END OF THE WORLD


Originally released on a double-bill with this Mario Bava classic sci-fi epic!:

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