Night of the Ghouls (1959) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Undercover ghostchaser Duke Moore investigates a mysterious medium (Keene Duncan) who fleeces relatives of the dead by fake channeling with the beyond. But beware—the night is alive with ghouls! Titanic 400 lb. Tor Johnson, Vampira-wannabe Valda Hansen, the ever-clever psychic Criswell (whose predictions are always 100% wrong) and the irrepressible comedy of Kelton the Cop (Paul Marco) are all here in this return to the great days of the gothic horror shockers that thrilled Ed Wood as a child. "Night of the Ghouls" is a must for all "Woodheads" and marks the end of an era for this unique filmmaker. You have to see it to believe it!
Synopsis:Phony spiritualist raises the dead.
About Night of the Ghouls (1959)
Starring: Karl Johnson, Conrad Brooks, Kenne Duncan, John Gautieri, Duke Moore, Karen Hairston, Tor Johnson, Leonard Barnes, Frank Barbarick, Valda Hansen, Francis Misitano, Johnny Carpenter, David De Mering, Paul Marco, Criswell, Don Nagel, Henry Bederski, Bud Osborne, Mona McKinnon, Jeannie Stevens, Edward D. Wood Jr., Harvey B. Dunn, Margaret Mason, Clay Stone, Marcelle Hemphill, Tom Mason, James La Maida, Anthony Cardoza
Runtime: 69 minutes
Director: Edward D. Wood Jr.