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Die, Monster, Die! [Blu-ray] [English] [1965]

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Overview

Synopsis

Die, Monster, Die!
Also known as Monster of Terror, this British-made horror opus is very loosely based on H.P. Lovecraft's story "The Colour Out of Space". The story begins with an American scientist (Nick Adams) paying a visit to the remote estate of his fiancee's family (located in Lovecraft's fictional Arkham County, Massachusetts) and finding many of the surrounding flora and fauna horribly mutated by strange radiation. The source of the contamination is discovered to be a glowing meteorite kept hidden in the basement by his girlfriend's father (Boris Karloff), who has been using the radiation to mutate local plant life. As one might expect, the experiment has gotten a bit out of hand... and poor mommy has changed into something unspeakably horrible. Designed as a vehicle for Karloff (who is excellent), this is a decent freshman effort from director Daniel Haller (formerly Roger Corman's production designer), but the effectively creepy atmosphere would have been greatly assisted by a better script -- perhaps one more loyal to the source material. The same story was adapted (again, loosely) in 1987 for The Curse. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi

Cast & Crew

  • Boris Karloff
    Boris Karloff - Nahum Witley
  • Nick Adams
    Nick Adams - Stephen Reinhart
  • Freda Jackson
    Freda Jackson - Letitia Witley
  • Terence de Marney
    Terence de Marney - Merwyn
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    Paul Farrell - Jason
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