Psycho à Go-Go (1967)

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Psycho à Go-Go (1967) Poster

A mad scientist implants an electronic device into the brain of an injured soldier, which turns him into a psychotic killer.



  • Psycho à Go-Go (1967)
  • Psycho à Go-Go (1967)
  • Psycho à Go-Go (1967)
  • Psycho à Go-Go (1967)
  • Psycho à Go-Go (1967)
  • Psycho à Go-Go (1967)

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13 October 2008 | Michael_Elliott
Poor but Fun
Blood of Ghastly Horror (1972)

* 1/2 (out of 4)

Drive-in master Al Adamson strikes back once again with another mix and match film. Apparently in 1964 Adamson finished a police thriller but it couldn't be sold so he and producer Sam Sherman started filming new scenes to try and make it better. Five or six films were eventually "made" but this one here is the one that finally sold and apparently made a profit. Considering there are five or more movies on display here it's pretty hard to follow any story but it involves scientists (John Carradine) doing brain work on a killer who eventually goes out and kills. Make sense? Well the movie certainly doesn't. The Carradine footage is obviously the most recent thing filmed for the movie and he does have a few campy moments, which earn a few laughs but I'm really not sure what his footage has to do with too much of the film. The cop footage seems to come from Adamson's Psycho a Go-Go, which is also pretty bad but this film does have its charm because it moves at a nice speed and you really can't believe your eyes with what you're watching. Tommy Kirk and Kent Taylor are also scattered around the film and what they're doing exactly is anyone's guess. This is certainly an important film if one wants to see this type of drive-in fluff but others should stay far away.

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