Dr. Richard Marlowe uses a combination of voodoo rite and hypnotic suggestion, attempting to revive his beautiful, but long-dead, wife, by transferring the life essences of several hapless young girls he has kidnapped and imprisoned in the dungeon beneath his mansion. Yet another example of the “Mad Man Controlling Others To Do His Will” genre.
The Mad Monster - 1942
Dr. Cameron has succeeded in his experiments with a serum which will turn a man into a wolf-like monster, and is ready to avenge himself on the men who caused his professional failure. He uses it on his gardener Petro and one after the other is killed by his creation. His daughter, Lenora, grows suspicious and confides with newspaper reporter Tom Gregory.
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Scared to Death - 1947
A woman lying dead in a morgue tells the bizarre story of how she ended up there. This movie has both Bela Lugosi and George Zucco in it, but it’s a pretty stinky movie.
Fog Island - 1945
George Zucco, one of my favorite B-Movie actors, plays a main role in yet another “lots-of-strangers-in-a-creepy-house-that-can’t-leave-are-getting-murdered-one-by-one” type of movie and this one is yet again pretty good! In this one, Leo, who lives on an island with his daughter, invite a group of unsuspecting people who are responsible for his late wife’s death up for […]
Dead Men Walk - 1943
Elwyn and Lloyd Clayton are twin brothers (played by George Zucco). Elwyn worships Satan and is a magician. Because of this, Lloyd secretly kills his twin. Being killed of course greatly angers Elwyn, who comes back from the dead as a vampire to exact his revenge. This is a good film, and you gotta love […]
Midnight Manhunt - 1945
A gangster with some precious diamonds gets shot in a hotel room and struggles out into a wax museum where he eventually dies from his wounds. A female reporter finds the body and in competition with her boyfriend, also a reporter, resolves to solve and break the case. They are also working in competition with […]