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Die, Monster, Die!
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Die, Monster, Die! 1965

From Amazon: American International Pictures production designer Daniel Haller donned the director's jodhpurs for the studio's second attempt at bringing horror master H.P. Lovecraft to drive-in audiences. The script, adapted from the author's favorite story, "The Colour Out of Space," by science fiction scribe Jerry Sohl (who later adapted another AIP/Lovecraft film, The Curse of the Crimson Altar), moves the location from rural New England to present-day Great Britain, where American Stephen Reinhart (Nick Adams) is visiting the ancestral home of his fiancée (Suzan Farmer from Dracula, Prince of Darkness). The girl's father (Boris...

Directed By:
No image existsDaniel Haller
Boris KarloffBoris Karloff
No image existsNick Adams
No image existsFreda Jackson
No image existsSuzan Farmer
No image existsPatrick Magee

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Die, Monster, Die! Movie Review by BillyJean (12/5/2009)

Well, Darlings -

This has got to be one of the most unscary Monster Movies that I've ever seen. I kid you not.

Die, Monster, Die! (DMD) is, most certainly, a mighty-mighty sad statement for the whole genre of Horror since, as entertainment, it serves to be nothing but a total sleeping pill. I mean, this one really...

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