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Blu-ray Review - Invisible Ghost


In the autumn of his film career, Bela Lugosi used his genre reputation to participate in a few off-kilter productions. 1941's "Invisible Ghost" is one of many Lugosi projects to embrace oddity, finding the screen star struggling to transform a bizarre possession story into a proper chiller, using wonderfully intimidating looks and his own industry reputation to generate some frights in a feature that's almost exclusively invested in prolonged stalking sequences just to get the picture up to its current 64 minute run time. Read the rest at


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