Graveyard of Horror (1972)





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This Spanish shockerama was originally titled El Descuartizador de Binbrook. A scientist, conducting mutation experiments, is caught in the middle when one of his projects misfires. As a result, the scientist becomes a walking "20 Questions" answer: he is animal, vegetable and mineral all in one. Alas, the only way that the scientist can stay alive is to ingest one fresh human corpse per day. You didn't think the American distributors chose the title Graveyard of Horrors arbitrarily, now did you?
Classics , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Independent International Pictures Corp.


Bill Curran
as Michael Sharrington
Yocasta Grey
as Barbara
Frank Braña
as Dr. William Lexter
Víctor Israel
as Mr. Fowles
Gary Clark Jr
as Henry Harrison
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Teeming with confusing editing and listless pacing, its fractured narrative, its jumping back and forth across time, and its offbeat camerawork and imagery play unneeded havoc with a fairly mundane storyline.

Lee Mayo
Lee Mayo

Not a Bad Movie By Far, Typical Drive in Type Movie thats for sure. But one that will leave a lasting impression. B Movie, Yep but Not far from A, Rent it and Enjoy it.

Bruce Bruce
Bruce Bruce

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Graveyard of Horror (aka Necrophagus) Starring: Bill Curran, John Clark, Titania Clement, and Beatriz Lacy Director: Miguel Madrid (or Michael Skaife, depending on the info source) When Michael (Curran) sets out to uncover the mystery surrounding the death of his wife, he comes into conflict with her evil, crazy sisters, a bizarre grave-robbing cult, and the lizard-monster they serve. Then, random stuff happens, random flashback scenes occur, and the movie makes less and sense as it progresses toward its lame ending. The DVD back-cover copy (which shows that even the marketeers couldn't stand this piece of trash, as it has virtually nothing to do with the "story" of the film) starts "A little-seen and bizarre movie..." Well, some movies are little seen because they aren't [i]worth[/i] seeing, and "Graveyard of Horror" is one of those. I suspect there's a plot somewhere in this film, but I sure as hell couldn't find it. Leave this awful film (with its bad dubbing, awful editing, bad camera work and laughable lizard-man monster costume) in the graveyard of forgotten movies. (Note: The film is getting a very generous One Tomato, because it DID keep me watcfhing to the end. I was reading "Essential Moon Knight" at the same time, though, and as the film wore on, I watched with morbid curiosity to see if it could get any worse. In that, "Graveyard of Horror" didn't dissapoint: It's one steady downward slide into crapitude.)

Steve Miller
Steve Miller

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