The Mad Ghoul 1943 Horror Movie Review
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When Dr. Morris experiments with a poisonous gas first used by the ancient Mayans in their sacrificial rites, he discovers that it produces a “death in life” state in the subject. It also has severe, irreversible side effects of advanced decomposition that can only be temporarily halted by a potent mixture of herbs and fresh human hearts. Guess who can’t wait to test it on his unsuspecting lab assistant Ted? Grave-robbing, corpse desecration, murder and total madness follow. Despite the grisly title, The Mad Ghoul (1943) is a visually stylish thriller with a quintessential mad doctor performance by George Zucco and memorable roles for David Bruce as the title character and forties “Scream Queen” Evelyn Ankers.
About The Mad Ghoul (1943)
The Mad Ghoul
Turhan Bey, Evelyn Ankers, David Bruce, George Zucco, Robert Armstrong,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Director: James Hogan,
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