Die, Monster, Die! Reviews
Stephen Reinhart?s college sweetheart lives in the country with her eccentric family. When his girlfriend asks him to visit, he cannot pass-up the opportunity to see her and meet his future in-laws. However, he does not receive a warm reception from his girlfriend?s father and the mother remains hidden and always cloaked. Stephen decides to investigate why his girlfriend?s family is so strange; but in doing so, he may put his and his girl friend?s lives in jeopardy.
?You shouldn?t have come down here.?
Daniel Haller, director of Devil?s Angels, The Wild Racers, Paddy, Pieces of Dreams, and The Dunwhich Horror, delivers Die, Monster, Die! The storyline for this picture is interesting and well presented. The characters are fascinating, the settings were well selected and the cast delivered better than average performances. The cast includes Boris Karloff, Nick Adams, Freda Jackson, and Suzan Farmer.
?No one has ever been able to explain what happened?
Die, Monster, Die is another film we just sat down to watch despite recording during the Halloween season. My wife and I are both huge Boris Karloff fans and appreciate his contributions to the horror genre. Karloff was older in this film but delivered his character to perfection. The settings and primary plot were outstanding but some of the sub plots were awkward (the green house as an example). Overall, this is a must see if you enjoy Karloff pictures and is worth your time.
?It looks like a zoo in hell.?