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My favorite of the Val Lewton- Karloff ventures,haunting ,grisly and a wonderfully constructed story!
The best thrilling movie ever made!
Dreary and uninteresting film set up as a sort of fictional sequel to the Burke & Hare body snatching story. The atmosphere is passable, Lugosi is hardly used and it is only Boris Karloff that captivates. The plodding nature of the story ultimately pays of in a chilling last 10 minutes or so.
One of my favourite Karloff roles.
Karloff at his very best. A remarkable horror classic.
OK pacing and editing which centers on a social problem that was correlated with early medical research - grave robbing. Karloff is brilliant as the overly friendly and morally questionable gentleman of opportunity. Based on RL Stevenson's story, this was the final pairing of Karloff & Lagosi.
An intruiging and even slightly disturbing colaboration between the two masters of horror, Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi, although I found that Lugosi doesn't appear too much. But remember, this ain't got nothing to do with the classic science-fiction tale of Invasion of the Body snatchers, it's completly different. It's well made, exciting and interesting and the acting and characters are excellent. Classic horror thriller film of the 40's to see. Recommended !!
The scene between Karloff and Lugosi is worth the price of admission alone. But in general this is a very watchable movie,and the ending is genuinely unnerving.
Classic Karloff chiller as he provides bodies for scientists to make a bit of money.
Old fashioned Karloff horror story.