The She-Beast 2009 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Deadlier than Dracula…
Wilder than Werewolf...
More frightening than Frankenstein!
A small town in 18th century Transylvania is being terrorized by an evil witch. When a child is brutally attacked, the villagers capture the fiend and sentence her to death by dunking chair, but not before she casts a curse on them and their descendants. Two hundred years later, young newlyweds Veronica (Barbara Steele, Black Sunday) and Philip (Ian Ogilvy, And Now the Screaming Starts) pass through the town on a tour of the Carpathians, only to have their car pulled into a lake by an unseen force. A passing truck driver quickly rescues two bodies from the wreck. One is Philip, battered but alive, and the other is… the witch, back from the dead to wreak havoc on the town once again! Can Philip and his newfound friend, the great grandson of Professor Van Helsing, capture the witch and bring back Veronica?
The She-Beast aka Revenge of the Blood Beast was the feature film debut of director Michael Reeves (Witchfinder General, The Sorcerers), and is presented here with a new transfer in its original Scope aspect ratio from extremely rare 35mm vault materials.
New commentary with producer Paul Maslansky and actors Ian Ogilvy and Barbara Steele created exclusively for this release
About The She-Beast (2009)
Starring: John Karlsen, Lucretia Love, Ian Ogilvy, Jay Riley, Barbara Steele,
Runtime: 79 minutes
Director: Michael Reeves,
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