The Beast Must Die
Directed by Paul Annett
A group of guests at a country house learn that one of them is secretly a werewolf in this supernatural mystery which famously included a Werewolf Break where audience members could guess the answer. Among the many suspects are archaeologist Peter Cushing (HORROR EXPRESS), piano player Michael Gambon (HARRY POTTER's second Dumbledore), and diplomat Charles Gray (the criminologist in THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW), all of whom must submit to a series of strange werewolf tests. An unusually fun and frothy Amicus production TBMD is a hair-raisng good time.
A group of guests at a country house learn that one of them is secretly a werewolf.
Cast: Calvin Lockhard, Peter Cushing, Marlene Clark
The "whodunit" aspect of the film makes it more interesting than it probably should be as time has not been kind to the film. This being said, it's not entirely bad and its always fun watching Cushing be the "reasonable" one.
Very silly and fun werewolf mystery.
You may be rich. You may have lots of cool toys. But a hunter, you are not, sir.
Definitely a unique movie. I've seen most of the elements elsewhere, but never a combo like this. It would be worth a watch just for curiosity's sake even without Peter Cushing. Since he is there, that kicks it way up. Also, I really want some heavy metal band or something to sample the "And now, it's time for the werewolf break" bit!
THIS IS THE WEREWOLF BREAK