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Blu-ray Review - The Mad Ghoul


And you thought college tuition was murder? 1943's "The Mad Ghoul" brings terror to a campus setting, examining the evil ways of a professor (George Zucco) who's harnessed the power of ancient gas, using the lethal substance to control one of his adoring students (David Bruce), forcing the zombified young man to kill to remain alive. "The Mad Ghoul" is something of a monster movie, playing with what are now common undead cliches, with director James Hogan working to locate the noir-ish angles of the material, adding style to a periodically lumbering chiller. Read the rest at


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