"One is always considered 'mad', if one discovers something that others cannot grasp", is what Bela Lugosi's "Dr. Eric Vornoff" rants in this classic Ed Wood movie, and it would seem to apply to fans of the movie also! Lugosi hams it up magnificently in his last screen appearance, aided by his "man-beast servant" Lobo played by Swedish wrestler Tor Johanssen. Dr. Vornoff is trying to create a race of atomic supermen using a photographic enlarger suspended from a mike stand and a salad bowl (placed on victims heads), with the protection of a giant octopus. Though slow-moving initially, the Lugosi scenes are magnificent - my personal favourite is when he has to whip an amorous Lobo away from the "Bride" of the title. It all ends in an inexplicable atomic explosion and the police detective's infamous musing "He tampered in God's domain". Unmissable, if only for the 'acting by numbers'!