It’s as if some mental vampire were at work.
A black and white 1950’s indie British horror film based on a Weird Tales short story from the 1930’s, Fiend Without A Face ( 1958 ) is considered the ‘best killer brain movie ever’. A solid B-movie bash, it has some impressive stop-motion effects for the day and its New York premiere featured a ‘living and breathing Fiend’ in a sidewalk glass display case that startled pedestrians. Apart from the stop-motion, the blood and gore nearly banned the film in the U.K., only released under an X-certificate after numerous cuts. Does one need any more reason to add these fiends to the gaming table?
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