A Hobo thrown off a train assumes the identity of a big-city police detective, found by him dead, and is assigned to rid an isolated desert town of big-time racketeers.
You Can't See It, but You Feel the TERROR. A Living Dead Man Only a Few Hours From the Grave... in a town where no woman is safe!!
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Did You Know?
Like My World Dies Screaming
(1958), from the same producer, the film contained messages flashed up for a split second to add an extra subliminal shudder. The process was generally disregarded but has been used on a limited basis in The Exorcist
(1973) and Fight Club
(1999). See more
Edited into Experiments in Terror
Music by Darrell Calker
Lyrics by 'Jules Fox' See more