Four women spend the night in an old deserted sanitarium on a mountain. They each in turn fall into the the evil hands of a doctor who forces them to suck each others blood and to whip ... See full summary »
The ageing Countess discovers that the blood of a maid can temporarily restore her youth and great beauty. She falls in love with a dashing young soldier but is compelled to kill again and ... See full summary »
Paul Naschy plays a hunchback with below average intelligence who works at the morgue. He is in love with a sickly girl who happens to be the only person who is kind to him. Each day he ... See full summary »
Waldimar Daninsky, a lone survivor of a Tibetian expedition, returns home to find his wife has been unfaithful to him. Carrying the curse of the pentagram (or pentagon, as stated by the monk who nursed him back to health), the fury of the wolfman is unleashed! After disposing of his cheating spouse, he finds himself captive in a castle by a female mad scientist conducting mind control experiments. In a vein attempt at escape, he discovers the freaks left over from past experiments dwelling in the dungeons. Written by
Don't Judge The Whole Daninsky Wolf Man Series By "Fury Of The Wolf Man"
I recently discovered the Daninksy werewolf series when ThiS TV in the LA area showed "Frankenstein Vs Dracula" the second of the Daninsky werewolf movies (not taking into account his lost first movie). Afterwards, I went to IMDb.com and discovered the Daninsky Wolf Man character was recreated in many other movies until as late as 2004. I bought all the Daninsky werewolf movies on DVD that were available, one even on Blu-ray and thus far have seen four, "Fury OF The Wolf Man" being the fourth.
The first three were much better and there was continuity between them unlike between they and the fourth, this one.
I agree with most of the reviews--this is confusing and they even used a scene from the first Daninsky Wolf Man movie in this episode--were the werewolf bursts into an older couple's country home and murders both throwing the old man into the fire place--even though in the previous scene, the Wolf Man was in the city.
If this is your first venture into the Daninsky werewolf series, don't give up. This is the worst (so far). The third, "Werewolf Vs The Vampire Woman" is the best (but I have not seen the final six).
It was "Frankenstein Vs The Wolf Man (1943) that gave Paul Naschy the werewolf bug and the desire to make a series of movies on the subject. That movie had a profound effect on me as well when I was finally able to see it age 13; it was by far my favorite movie at the time. I'd since seen all the Lon Chaney Wolf Man movies so it is great to discover 10 more werewolf movies for another continuing character. It's like being 13 again.
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