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Die, Monster, Die! (Monster of Terror) (1965)

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Boris Karloff Boris Karloff
Nahum Witley
Nick Adams Nick Adams
Stephen Reinhart
Freda Jackson Freda Jackson
Letitia Witley
Suzan Farmer Suzan Farmer
Susan Witley
Patrick Magee Patrick Magee
Dr. Henderson
Paul Farrell Paul Farrell
Jason
Leslie Dwyer Leslie Dwyer
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1 week, 6 days ago at Apr 8 12:57
This film is different from most of the AIP films of the sixties, in that it's adapted from a Lovecraft story instead of Poe. It was the studio's second shot at a Lovecraft film, after "The Haunted Palace". This one is not directed by Corman himself, but it follows the blueprint of his Poe films to a fault. So much so that Lovecraft's voice is completely drown out of the film. It's the standard, y... read more
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Release date: 27 October 1965
UPC: 027616858535
Tags: 1965 (3), Sci-fi (2), Horror (2), Mystery (1), Adaptation (1), Occult (1), Lovecraft (1), Based On Short Story (1), DSK (1)
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Beanie posted a review 1 week, 6 days ago

“This film is different from most of the AIP films of the sixties, in that it's adapted from a Lovecraft story instead of Poe. It was the studio's second shot at a Lovecraft film, after "The Haunted Palace". This one is not directed by Corman himself, but it follows the blueprint of his Poe films to a fault. So much so that Lovecraft's voice is completely drown out of the film. It's the standard, young man arrives at secluded mansion to see estranged lover, only to be greeted with strange happenings and unfriendly relatives.The only differences here being that it takes place in a more modern era, and that it centers around sci-fi/horror instead of the supernatural. It's nothing special, but it's certainly not a bad film. The cast is good, with Boris Karloff giving one of his last great perf” read more

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"This film is different from most of the AIP films of the sixties, in that it's adapted from a Lovecraft story instead of Poe. It was the studio's second shot at a Lovecraft film, after "The Haunted Palace". This one is not directed by Corman himself, but it follows the blueprint of his Poe films to a fault. So much so that Lovecraft's voice is completely drown out of the film. It's the standard, young man arrives at secluded mansion to see estranged lover, only to be greeted with strange happeni"


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