FACE OF TERROR (1962) Lisa Gaye, Fernando Rey, Virgilio Teixeira, Gerard Tichy. Scientist Rey develops a drug that eradicates scar tissue. He takes a young woman (Gaye) and transforms her disfigured face into a thing of beauty. She soon befriends a handsome playboy. Unfortunately, her face begins a slow, monstrous transformation, and what the good doctor didn’t know is that she’s an escaped looney from an asylum and can't cope with the return of her hideous face. The climax has her going on a rampage in the good doctor’s laboratory. Very cool! 35mm.
NO PLACE LIKE HOMICIDE (1961, aka WHAT A CARVE UP!) Kenneth Connor, Sid James, Shirley Eaton, Donald Pleasance, Michael Gough. A man shows up at the sinister home of his dead uncle. To claim his inheritance, he must spend the night in the creepy joint. Lots of old dark house fun ensues. A fine horror comedy that's a partial remake of Karloff’s The Ghoul. Michael Gough shines as a clubfooted butler. 16mm.