Monster of Terror (1965)

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Directed by: Daniel Haller

Stars: Boris Karloff, Nick Adams, Freda Jackson

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Also known as: Die, Monster, Die!

Description: A young man visits his fiancée’s estate to discover that her wheelchair-bound scientist father has discovered a meteorite that emits mutating radiation rays that have turned the plants in his greenhouse to giants. When his own wife falls victim to this mysterious power, the old man takes it upon himself to destroy the glowing object with disastrous results.

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2 Responses to Monster of Terror (1965)

  1. OSMOSIS says:

    I know this classic as “DIE, MONSTER DIE!”, and like Stephan Levant, I also caught it at a young age, via TV, during that same time (1969 in my case, on Channel 20 in DC). This was one of those films that our local “Creature Feature” would not usually show, because it was “reserved” for those rare prime-time (Sundays or Tuesdays, sometime Thursday Nights) showings of ‘high quality films’ (on Channel 20, even “The Mysterians” got that top treatment–and for good reason.). Unlike “Creature Feature” which was a party-with-the-crew attitude, a film like “Die, Monster, Die!” was that cut the lights out and family-gather-around-the-TV for a good scare. (Even to this day, that “menagerie” scene still spooks me.)

    THIS, Rarelust, is WHY you continue to ROCK—and we Love ya’ for it. Thanks.

  2. Stephen Levant says:

    I first saw this film on television back in early 1966 on evening television on channel 7 (ABC) in New York. The family was watching it together on our Magnavox console TV (three-way unit that had radio and Vinyl record player). It scared my mother and my younger brothers. I have some scares myself (I was 7 at the time). It is always a pleasure to see such classics and revisit memories of the past. Boris Karloff was the consummate professional and a gifted actor. Nick Adams was gone before his time. Thanks Rarelust for bringing back one of my treats.

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