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31 More Days of British Horror – I, Monster (1971)

31 More Days Of British Horror – I, Monster (1971)

Hot on the heels of his “31 Days of Hammer” in January and the “31 Days of British Horror” in March , Jules is at it again in May, treating us to the continuation of his chronological run through the classic era of British Horror, from the late ’50s to the end of the ’70s, with one review every day for the entire month. You can check out the rest of our “31 Days of British Horror” by CLICKING HERE. Starring: Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing Director: Steven Weeks An Amicus Production, Starring Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in an adaptation of Dr Jeckyl And Mr Hyde? How good does that sound? In fact, with such a top-flight combination of talent, you’d be hard-pushed not to come away with something special. Or so you would think. It would be unfair to call I, Monster a bad film, but I would struggle to call it a particularly good film either. Freudian physician Dr. Charles Marlowe (Christopher Lee) develops an experimental drug designed to tap into man’s subconscious. After testing the chemical on a housecat and several patients, the quiet and introverted Marlowe tales the bold step of injecting himself with the fluid, setting [...]



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