The Unknown Terror (1957)


unknown_terrorTHE UNKNOWN TERROR (1957) Do you dare enter the cave of the dead? Sure, why not? But do you dare endure the calypso music of Sir Lancelot, himself? Half a dozen of one… The Unknown Terror follows an expedition to an obscure Mexican village, complete with a headstrong explorer, a glamorous ample-breasted babe, a cryptic doctor, some creepy villagers and a bitter gimp. Add some foaming parasitic fungus that turns men into zombie monsters and you’ve got all the makings of a cheap, but competently made, d-grade horror movie. If you’re into drinking games, tie one on to the name “Raoul Koom.” Dialog Alert: “There’s always a bottom…. just depends on how deep it is.” New Movies, Fridays ‘Round Midnight.

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