The Undead

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Time Out says

An early low-budget Corman effort which begins in the realms of modern science - troubled callgirl (Duncan) consults psychiatrist (Garland) - before shamelessly leaping back centuries to a tale of witches, virgins and knights, which thinly covers the movie's selling point, sexual temptation. The results are pretty nutty, especially the energetic cod Shakespearean dialogue provided by Charles Griffith and Mark Hanna. Good moments include the heroine in a coffin with a corpse, and a reasonable pay-off.
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UK release:

1956

Duration:

75 mins

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