The Corpse Vanishes 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I admit a fondness for this film having seen it countless times on tv in the early 1960’s. Back then FAMOUS MONSTERS was THE magazine and Bela WAS Bela! I’m really glad that I was a part of such things, and so, hold this B-movie favorite on the HORROR/CAMP? pedistal.
The plot?...Bela with help from dwarf Angelo Rossito capture would-be dead brides-to-be in order to extract fluids from them to keep his aging wife alive.
The cost of the ALPHA dvd is minimal and the overall quality is quite acceptible, at least as good as I can ever remember it being on tv.
This one is probably my personal Bela Lugosi favorite from his 1940’s poverty row era, but don’t let that influence your choice.
Great low budget stuff here, played for gruesome horrors yet maintaining a sense of dry humor. Bela’s off-kilter clan is kinda like the Adams Family without the jokes, yet comical in an insane way.
About The Corpse Vanishes (2002)
Starring: Bela Lugosi, Luana Walters, Tristram Coffin, Elizabeth Russell, Minerva Urecal,
Runtime: 64 minutes
Director: Wallace Fox,
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