DvD Review: Die Monster Die!/The Dunwich Horror
DVD Review

Director Daniel Haller did a lot of television work (The Fall Guy, Knight Rider, Matlock) later in his career, but horror fans remember him best as the man behind a pair of respectable American International H.P. Lovecraft adaptations, both of which are collected here by MGM as a double bill. 1965s Die Monster Die! and 1970s The Dunwich Horror were effectively spooky back then for their own separate reasons, and both films have managed to retain a moody charm over the years, no doubt due the undeniable darkness of Lovecraft's storytelling (even if it gets muddied a little here and there).

Both movies receive individual 2-paragraph recaps.

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