The Beast of the Yellow Night (1971)





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This beast is the current incarnation of a dying WW II soldier who makes a pack with the Devil before leaving this earthly realm. In a Jekyll-and-Hyde existence, the beast changes roles at the drop of a dime and when he shows up as a people-eating monster, you start to get your money's worth.
Classics , Horror
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Cinema Projects International

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John Ashley
as Joseph Langdon / Philip Rogers
Mary Charlotte Wilcox
as Julia Rogers
Leopoldo Salcedo
as Insp. Santos
Eddie Garcia
as Det. Lt. Campo
Ken Metcalfe
as Earl Rogers
Vic Diaz
as Satan

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Audience Reviews for The Beast of the Yellow Night

John Ashley turns into a werewolf that resembles Jim Carrey's Grinch in Eddie Romero's boring drive-in movie gorefest.

Michael Troudt
Michael Troudt

Bit of a Mr. Hyde story, but slower, duller, and unmemorable. The characters aren't great, the dialog is mostly bland, and the plot overall stinks. Some of the makeup is alright, but otherwise, the film doesn't offer much.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Beast of the Yellow Night starts off one direction and then proceeds to go an entirely different direction. It's almost as if the writer decided to turn this into a monster film about halfway through and forget what he had started. Full review at:

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