On a Greek island during the 1912 war, several people are trapped by quarantine for the plague. If that isn't enough worry, one of the people, a superstitious old peasant woman, suspects one young girl of being a vampiric kind of demon called a vorvolaka. Written by
Ken Yousten <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A grave's dank darkness smothers the screams of a girl still alive!
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Did You Know?
Filming began in July 1944, but was suspended when Boris Karloff
required back surgery. It was completed in December 1944. After Karloff had recovered from surgery, but before the cast of Isle of the Dead
(1945) could be reassembled, Val Lewton
and Karloff made The Body Snatcher
(1945), which was released first. See more
Albrecht refers to Hermes as the god of medicine. In Greek mythology, Asclepius was the god of medicine. In terms of medical support, Hermes' assistance was sought by runners or any athletes with injuries. See more
Laws can be wrong, and laws can be cruel, and the people who live only by the law are both wrong and cruel.