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British sci-fier that's utterly mad and quite awful at times, yet for fans of "B" movie schlockers from days of yore there's enough boldness and charm to warrant a look.
In short order the plot entails a nutty scientist planning to revive frozen Nazis to kick start a new world order. Dana Andrews is the name actor in the lead role, complete with bad German accent, and Kathleen Breck is the star performer playing a head in a box; a victim of the mad scientists moving throughout the madness. It's all very silly and the fact that Andrews and company are taking it serious further induces the mirth factor. The effects work is a very mixed bag, but always fun, while there are some genuinely great scenes involving the frozen corpses, a wall of moving arms and every scene that Breck's head is involved in. None more so with the latter for the truly haunting ending. 2/10
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