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‘Fiend Without a Face’ (1958) | Old indie sci-fi horror B-movie

December 5, 2018

Through out the years, I have never actually watched the entire movie yet, but have only seen just brief clips, specifically, very quick scenes of the stop motion special effects. ‘Fiend Without a Face’ was made in the UK – England.

Here is the background history of the film ….
‘Fiend Without a Face’ (1958)

For the Stop Motion aficionados, the video below is what appears to be, most of stop motion scenes from the movie, all condensed-compiled together. Remember, this was low, low budget B-movie of many years ago. Some Stop Motion details … quote — “The director of these effects sequences was Florenz Von Nordoff, while the actual stop-motion was done in Munich by Nordhoff’s partner, German special effects artist K. L. Ruppel. Peter Neilson headed up the British practical effects crew.”

Make sure to turn ON speaker volume in the player below ….

Fiend Without A Face (1958)

Fiend Without A Face (1958)
Dir.: Arthur Crabtree

Posted by Cinema Horror, mon amour on Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Topics: Dynamation, Films - Shorts - Animation, Special Effects, Stop Motion | 2 Comments »

2 Responses to “‘Fiend Without a Face’ (1958) | Old indie sci-fi horror B-movie”

  1. John L says:

    Ahead of it’s time … before the Alien movie … facehugger!

  2. Joe blo says:



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