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The Undying Monster (John Brahm, 1942)

Type..................: Movie
Container file........: MKV
Audio Languages.......: English 2.0 (Mono, Untouched)
Subtitles Ripped......: Spanish
Subtitles in Subpack..: French, Spanish
Aspect Ratio..........: 1.33:1
Original Aspect Ratio.: 1.37:1
Color.................: B/W
Source................: NTSC DVD
Genre.................: Sci/Fi
IMDb Rating...........: 5.8
Movie Information.....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0035489/


One of two 20th Century-Fox horror melodramas released in 1942 (Dr. Renault's
Secret was the second), The Undying Monster is a well-crafted variation on
Universal's "Wolf Man" series. Ever since the suicide of its patriarch, the
Hammonds, an old and wealthy English family has seemingly lived under a curse.
When a number of murders occur on the Hammond estate, Scotland Yard inspector
Bob Curtis (James Ellison) and his garrulous female assistant Christy (Heather
Thatcher) are sent out to investigate. Everyone on the premises-Helga Hammond
(Heather Angel), her brother Oliver (John Howard), family doctor Geoffrey Covert
(Bramwell Fletcher), family servants Mr. and Mrs. Walton (Halliwell Hobbes and
Eily Malyon)-seems to know more than he or she is letting on. Only in the final
few minutes of the film is the horrible family secret revealed and the murderer
dispensed with. Atmospherically directed by John Brahm on several impressive
standing sets (that gigantic stained-glass window is a knockout!), The Undying
Monster is a model "B" picture, hampered only by Heather Thatcher's intrusive
comedy relief.


James Ellison - Bob Curtis
Heather Angel - Helga Hammond
John Howard - Oliver Hammond
Bramwell Fletcher - Dr. Geoffrey Covert
Heather Thatcher - Christy
Aubrey Mather - Inspector Craig
Halliwell Hobbes - Walton
Eily Malyon - Mrs. Walton
Heather Wilde - Millie
Charles McGraw - Stredwick
Alec Craig - Will
Holmes Herbert - Constable
Clive Morgan - Foster
David Thursby - Miles McGregor
Donald Stuart - Charles Clagpool
John Rogers - Tom Clagpool
Matthew Boulton - Coroner


John Brahm - Director
Bryan Foy - Producer
Lillie Hayward - Screenwriter
Michel Jacoby - Screenwriter
Jessie Douglas Kerruish - Book Author
Lucien Ballard - Cinematographer
Emil Newman - Composer (Music Score)
David Raksin - Composer (Music Score)
Harry Reynolds - Editor
Lewis H. Creber - Art Director
Richard Day - Art Director



by Eric Donovan

In The Undying Monster, a wealthy but cursed family is plagued by an ancestor
believed to have sold his soul centuries ago to the devil (or so the legend
goes). This monster now attacks people who wander the woods alone on moonlit
nights. Creating the template for British crime procedurals for generations to
come, a sardonic and weathered detective (James Ellison) agrees to help a brazen
and skeptical heiress (played by cult icon Heather Angel) to get to the bottom
of the curse while a twitchy, doomsayer butler warns them all of the grave,
unspeakable things the curse has wrought.

The film effectively maintains an atmosphere of dread despite scenes with
Victorian-era DNA testing and the sudden realization that the empty sarcophagus
in the basement might be a clue. And under the claustrophobic lens of Lucien
Ballard (The House on Telegraph Hill, The Wild Bunch), the family's sweeping
mansion begins to feel like a gothic prison.

DVD extras include "Concerto Macabre: The Films of John Brahm," a 15-minute
retrospective of director's work, trailer, advertising images and an overview of
the box set's restoration process.

Some IMDB review

Enjoyed taping this film recently, which was shown during the early hours of the
AM. It is a great picture from the 1940's and director John Brahm, who also
directed such film greats as, "Hangover Square",'45 and "The Lodger",'44,
starring Laid Cregar. Twentieth Century-Fox produced this film which is from a
good novel taken from Jessie Douglas Kerruish's 1936 book. It is a tale of a
family cursed since the Crusades and is rather moody stuff, quite spoilt by the
British censor's scissors. Not only did he remove the carefully photographed
final metamorphosis, leaving audiences to wonder why the dim thing that the
police shot should suddenly look like John Howard, but he also insisted on the
title being changed to The Hammond Mystery. Fortunately enough of Brahm's
brilliance was devoted to less shocking sequences so that most of his mood
remained. Lucien Ballard swung his camera round as ancient room, alighting on
odd objects at each dour bong of midnight. He also showed a large stain glass
window which made the old homestead very creapy. The phrase: When the stars are
bright on a frosty night, Beware the baying in the rocky lane" You will have to
see the picture to find out what the MONSTER REALLY IS !


the first time I saw this horror classic was on TV in the 1950s and it really
scared me particularly the ending when the monsters face is shown as it appears
on the side of the rocks .And I couldn't sleep that night because I kept seeing
the monsters face.And after for several years of searching for it I went to a
movie show in New York City and found it and of course purchased it.And have
watched it several times over the past years .And indeed enjoyed it even
more.And the entire cast from john Howard heather angel James Ellison halliwell
Hobbes and the rest all did a spectacular job.And the spooky music and foggy
sets added to the creepies of the movie .Excellent Movie Classic



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Title : Español
Language : Spanish


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