YEAR RELEASED: 1963
DIRECTOR: Freddie Francis
CAST: Janette Scott, Oliver Reed and Sheila Burrell
PLOT: Simon Ashby is a wealthy psychotic who is is coddled by his aunt in their palatial mansion outside of London. One day, Ashby’s long lost brother mysteriously arrives at the house, but events prove that he is an impostor, sent by Keith Kossett, son of the attorney for the family estate, who has been dipping into the family trust fund.
140-CHARACTER REVIEW: Psychological thriller with touches of Gothic Psycho mad fun. Ollie Reed at his menacing best! Beautifully directed by Freddie Francis.
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