The Manster (1962)
In this film, a small Japanese village is being terrorized by a series of murders. The killer turns out to be a mutant creature, the result of a crazed scientist's experiment gone wrong. During a struggle, the scientist kills the creature.
as Larry Stanford
as Linda Stanford
as Dr. Robert Suzuki
as Ian Matthews
as Dr. Suzuki
as Supt. Aida
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Critic Reviews for The Manster
A different kind of horror film; a Japanese-American co-production that works in spurts.
Strange, sometimes amusing sci-fi horror.
Audience Reviews for The Manster
A mad scientist corrupts a foreign correspondent in Tokyo, eventually turning him into a monster---I mean, a MANster. Silly title, silly film, but it does have an exotic psychotronic atmosphere, with transformations, geishas, infidelity, theremins, hyperactive overacting, and an erupting volcano. Incredibly, this schlock originally played on a double bill with the surreal horror masterpiece EYES WITHOUT A FACE.More
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