|Madmen of Mandoras (1963) – Dir. David Bradley
Less than an hour after famed American neurobiologist John Coleman addresses a conference on the deadliest nerve gas ever developed, he vanishes. Meanwhile, on a small island called Mandoras in the Caribbean, a group of fanatics from Nazi Germany have developed their own deadly nerve gas and intend to use it to take over the en of the world.
The group carried out a secret experiment after WWII to give eternal life to the brain of Adolf Hitler. In the meantime, the professor’s daughter and his son-in-law, in possession of a clue, find their way to Mandoras. Can they find her father and stop these madmen before they take over the world? Now released under it’s original film title, this new edition has been mastered from the original negative and it has never looked so good!
The Devil’s Hand (1962) – Dir. William J. Hole Jr.
Rick Turner is haunted by strange dreams of a beautiful woman. When he and his fiancé visit a local doll shop, he is surprised to encounter a doll that looks just like the woman that haunts him. He is also surprised to discover that not only does the owner of the shop have a doll that looks like his mystery woman, but there is also a doll that looks just like his fiancé. He soon finds himself involved with a satanic cult and the life of his fiancé is slowly fading.