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Blood of Ghastly Horror

Blood of Ghastly Horror woof! The Fiend with the Atomic Brain; Psycho a Go Go!; The Love Maniac; The Man with the Synthetic Brain; The Fiend with the Electronic Brain 1972

A young man thinks he has a new lease on life when he is the happy recipient of a brain transplant, but his dreams are destroyed when he evolves into a rampaging killer. This movie is so awful it hides behind numerous but rather creative aliases. 87m/C VHS, DVD . John Carradine, Kent Taylor, Tommy Kirk, Regina Carrol, Roy Morton, Tracey Robbins; D: Al Adam-son; W: Chris Martino, Dick Poston; C: Vilmos Zsigmond.

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