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I love the gravy boat with coffee used to wake the patients from the dead.
The often-seen character actor Byron Foulger has some nicely intense moments as one of Kravaal's victims, and there is Bruce Bennett as policeman in the film's climax.
The direction is straightforward, as is the story, and the scripting very solid.
Boris Karloff makes a late arrival (20 minutes pass until the horror icon's grand entrance) in this silly Columbia programmer — bogged down by a padded, exposition-heavy storyline. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Scott T. Rivers
After a slow start (the tedious explanation of "frozen therapy"), things begin to pick up once a doctor (Roger Pryor as Dr. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Einsatz
Boris Karloff is not a monster here, he has gone through many trials and tribulations in this movie to achieve the benefits for mankind. Truly a great movie.Published 10 months ago by hdknowledge
Very funny. I love the gravy boat with coffee used to wake the patients from the dead. Very dry wit at times.Published 17 months ago by adrienne
The Man With Nine Lives, starring Boris Karloff, as a good guy / bad guy is a curious black and white movie from well before I was born. I don't want to include any spoilers here. Read morePublished on June 11, 2012 by R Peterson
Classic queso! This little sci fi chiller (pun intended) moves right along. We open with a young buck scientist exploring the boundaries of science in the eternal fight against... Read morePublished on April 5, 2011 by The Queen of Noirs
Boris Karloff plays Dr. Kravaal to perfection. No one portrays a mad scientist like Boris! Where Bela Lugosi and Vincent Price would go (splendidly) over-the-top, Karloff downplays... Read morePublished on March 28, 2011 by Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein
Although the DVD was nothing to brag about (previews of horror films -- Frankenfish, et al! Frankenfish) the film itself was creepy and disturbing as mad scientist Kravaal... Read morePublished on November 5, 2010 by Critic's Corner