The Beast Must Die

Film

Horror films

 

Time Out says

The Amicus studio is better known for omnibus horror films like Torture Garden and Tales from the Crypt, and this flaccid feature suggests they would have done better to stick to that winning formula. Rich eccentric Lockhart invites a group of guests to his country mansion to discover which of them is a werewolf: a standard country house mystery, in fact, with werewolf substituted for murderer. Worse still, the film employs an awkward device whereby the audience is also invited to wade through the shoals of red herrings to guess the werewolf's identity for themselves.
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Release details

UK release:

1974

Duration:

92 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Paul Annett

Cast:

Anton Diffring, Charles Gray, Peter Cushing, Calvin Lockhart, Marlene Clark

Music:

Douglas Gamley

Art Director:

John Stoll

Editor:

Peter Tanner

Cinematography:

Jack Hildyard

Screenwriter:

Michael Winder

Producer:

Milton Subotsky, Max J Rosenberg

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