Fiend Without a Face film Product Information
Fiend Without a Face movie was released Jan 30, 2001 by the Criterion Collection studio. Black & White; Closed Captioned; Soundtrack English; English Subtitles; Director's Comments
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When a retired scientist uses atomic power from a nearby U.S. base to further his neurogenetic experiments--by which he transforms thought into matter--he successfully manages to create some terrifying beings.
A scientist is working with telekinesis in a series of experiments Fiend Without a Face video. Strangely, the emissions from a nearby nuclear power plant enhance the intensity of his vibrations, and soon he develops the power to materialize his thoughts in the form of brainlike creatures Fiend Without a Face film. ...See Full Description
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||A must-have for baby-boomers.|
If you grew up watching Saturday late-night "chiller theater" as a kid, this one's for you. Great special effects for the time and it brings back childhood memories.
By lszafranski (Pittsburgh, PA, USA)
||A good Halloween classic|
To be watched at least 6 times a year, Halloween, dark cold nights and when you want your woman to stay close to you.
By michaelgxx (Naples, Fl USA)
||Check DVD player for slime!|
This feature-oozing disc does full justice to a highly enjoyable 1950s sci-fi horror film. Unlike some of its contemporaries the film hasn't been lost in time; it retains its quaintness yet easily holds its own against modern examples of the genre.
By BPD (Devon, U.K.)
This movie gave me many a nightmare from the sounds the creatures make and that they are invisible. Plus, these creatures wrap around your neck and suck out your brains! One of the best all time scary black and white horror films.
By jamdifo (Greensburg, Pa USA)
||Fiend Without a Face|
What can I say? Brains flying around with dangling spinal cords! This is 1950s Science Fiction at it's best. Marshall Thompson (pre Doctari) puts forth a memorable performance.
By a reviewer (Spring Valley, California)
||Even for 1950s, bad special effects|
The plot is okay for a 1950s science fiction movie but the special effects (the brain/spinal cords that wander around) in the second half of the movie are really corny and not particularly good.
By sphillips (Sterling, VA, USA)
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Fiend Without a Face video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1235843|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Jan 30, 2001|
|Running Time||74 Minutes|
|Movie Details||B&W; Mono Sound; Digitally Processed; Widescreen; Criterion Collection|
Fiend Without a Face DVD Features
Anamorphic Widescreen - 1.66
Letterbox - 1.66
Mono - English
Additional Release Material:
Audio Commentary: Richard Gordon - Executive Producer, Tom Weaver - Genre Film Writer
Essay: Bruce Eder - Film Historian
Liner Notes: Bruce Kawin
Stills/Photos: Production Stills
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