I, Monster (1971)

PG   |    |  Horror

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In the Nineteenth Century, in London, the psychologist Charles Marlowe researches a new drug capable to release inhibitions and uses his patients as guinea pigs. He discusses the principles... See full summary »



  • Christopher Lee and Susan Jameson in I, Monster (1971)
  • Christopher Lee in I, Monster (1971)
  • Christopher Lee and Michael Des Barres in I, Monster (1971)
  • I, Monster (1971)
  • I, Monster (1971)
  • Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in I, Monster (1971)

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4 April 2004 | didi-5
fairly good horror
This movie is a version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde as done in a full-on horror treatment by Amicus, in a decade when other versions of the tale appeared (Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde, Dr Heckyl and Mr Hype ...)

Christopher Lee plays the two-sided character with his usual manic energy, while Peter Cushing is his nemesis, sent to rid the world of the unwelcome evil spirit.

Set in dark corners and oppressive places, the story is given a welcome facelift with the new horror slant. The result is engrossing and enjoyable; this is a good film and a good version of a much-filmed piece.

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