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Island Of Lost Souls
1932 | B&W |70 Minutes | 1.33.1 | UR | Horror | Mono | Paramount Pictures

Director: Erle C. Kenton

Writers: Waldemar Young

Charles Laughton
Bela Lugosi
Richard Arlen

An obsessed scientist conducts profane experiments in evolution, eventually establishing himself as the self-styled demigod to a race of mutated, half-human abominations.

“Island of Lost Souls” will appear on the horizon on MeTV tonight at 10 pm eastern/pacific, 9 pm central, and please check for the time it runs in your local listings if you’re unsure when it airs in your area! In Chicago, our viewers get a second look at “Black Castle” on WCIU- the U- at 11 am.

Go from the cold climate where many of us have been stuck this past week- to the tropical- and terrifying- “Island of Lost Souls” tonight!

Did you know...

Bela Lugosi made the film for a salary of just over $800, which was less than any other actor on the project. Lugosi accepted the fee and the role because he was in the middle of bankruptcy.

The identity of the actor who played "Owl Man" is unknown.

Inspired the 1981 song of the same name, recorded by Blondie.


Lines from this movie are featured on the "House of Pain" album by a rap group of the same name.

All this inspiration and I did not care for this movie all that much sorry. I understand it is significant in many ways but was not for me. This is a rerun so you will see the old coffin but a new mail bag. Have fun with this one and let me know what you think.


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