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The mystery begins near an American Air Force base in Manitoba, where unexplainable deaths are somehow connected to the base's atomic reactor, which is being used to power an experiment in advanced long-distance radar. Thompson (who later starred in the TV series Daktari) plays Major Cummings, who discovers that the lethal monsters--slurping, unseen "mental vampires"--are actually the horrific byproduct of thought-control experiments conducted by hapless, retired professor (echoes of Forbidden Planet's "monster from the Id"). Once visible, the fiendish brains are everywhere, attacking our heroes from every angle (in a scene that may have inspired Night of the Living Dead), and sputtering puddles of blood when riddled by bullets. This climactic scene--a triumph of latex rubber fiends, eerie sound effects, and stop-motion animation--was a gory breakthrough in 1958, and it's still a worthy precursor to every gross-out monster movie that followed in its trendsetting wake. Beware the faceless fiends! --Jeff Shannon
This movie could easily be considered one of the best horror films of the 50's.
The special effects, made with stop-motion photography are well done and the acting is also typical on 50's B horror flicks.
That is all you have to tell people for them to go, "Oh, yes! That movie! I remember that movie!"
Fun movie to watch in the afternoon or a rainy day. Something that is just simple to enjoy.Published 4 days ago by William P. meredith
I love classic horror films, but this movie just didn't deliver. Only five or so minutes of this movie are worth watching, and I hardly ever find myself saying that sort of thing... Read morePublished 1 month ago by DarkKnight22
Wow! A terrific French-based classic which, I recall, Billy Idol based his "Eyes Without a Face" lyrics on. It twists and shocks and every moment.Published 3 months ago by SniperX
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|Does this come in a cardboard slip case or just a keepcase?||
It's a well-made regular heavy-duty keepcase. Personally, I'm glad it doesn't have a slipcover. The year is now late 2012 and I avoid lenticular and other cardboard slipcovers if possible because it seems the distributors just slip a cardboard slipcover over a keepcase and charge an additional $5... Read More
Dec 9, 2012 by Mark | See all 2 posts