John Gilling – The Flesh and the Fiends AKA Mania [+commentary] (1960)

Mania is the venerable Burke and Hare story, previously cinematized by producer Val Lewton as The Body Snatcher. Peter Cushing plays a respectable 19th-century Edinburgh doctor who needs fresh cadavers in order to continue his crucial research. Since the exhuming of bodies for medical purposes is illegal, Lee must rely upon grave-robbers George Rose and Donald Pleasance for his corpse supply. What Lee doesn’t know is that Rose and Pleasance frequently cut out the middleman by “creating” their own corpses. The good doctor catches on when the latest cadaver turns out to be his own fiancee. Its excessively violent climax has prevented Mania from being shown completely intact on commercial television.

Extra commentary track by Tim Lucas is included.

2.52B | 1h 34m | 1024×434 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/0700F5ED62A80CD/The_Flesh_and_the_Fiends_(1960)_–_John_Gilling.mkv
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https://tezfiles.com/file/283c64b9dda90/The_Flesh_and_the_Fiends_%281960%29_–_John_Gilling.mp4

Language(s):English
Subtitles:English, Russian (muxed)

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