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Psycho à Go-Go (1967)

Blood of Ghastly Horror (original title)
PG | | Horror, Sci-Fi | January 1972 (USA)
A mad scientist implants an electronic device into the brain of an injured soldier, which turns him into a psychotic killer.

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Dr. Howard Vanard
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Dr. Elton Corey
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Sgt. Cross
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Susan Vanard
Roy Morton ...
Joe Corey
Tacey Robbins ...
Linda Clarke
Arne Warde ...
Sgt. Grimaldi
Richard Smedley ...
Akro
Kirk Duncan ...
David Clarke
Tanya Maree ...
Vicky
Barney Gelfan ...
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John Armond ...
Nick
Lyle Felice ...
Vito
Joey Benson ...
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John Talbert ...
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A mad scientist implants an electronic device into the brain of an injured soldier, which turns him into a psychotic killer.

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Human zombies rise from their coffins as living corpses!

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Originally filmed in the late 1960s as a robbery crime-drama, it sat on the shelf for two years before new footage incorporating the zombie plot were shot by investors who wanted a less serious horror flick. See more »

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Edited from Psycho a Go-Go (1965) See more »

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Ordinary Guy
Written by Billy Storm
Performed by Tacey Robbins & The Vendells
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as bad as the title implies
11 February 2002 | by (san diego, ca) – See all my reviews

Like horror has blood. A tossed salad of scenes whose relationship makes only a klutzy kind of sense. Combine this with the worst directing, photography, sound effects, and music imaginable and you have some idea what you're in for. Night scenes too dark to see the characters. A woman screams but no sound comes out -- they forgot to add it. A zombie wraps his arm around someone and they scream and fall dead to the ground. A man being shot grabs his chest before the gun goes off. Or how about the score -- a psychotic killer is chasing a woman and her child with intent to kill, accompanied by swinging jazz. This chase scene incidentally is most of the movie, or seems like it, killer running, woman and child running, killer, woman, on and on ... Zombies and mad scientist plot elements are stuck onto it with spit and string. To say this is a cheesy horror film is to be generous. Someone said it had never been used on MST3K -- that's probably because they'd be putting more work into ridiculing it than the filmmakers did in making it.


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