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Michael Gough gives a gloriously overwrought performance in this notorious 1959 horror feature. A box-office triumph, it was shot at Merton Park Studios in the relatively new CinemaScope format and presented with the additional gimmick of 'HypnoVista'. Horrors of the Black Museum was the first in what has been dubbed Anglo-Amalgamated's 'Sadian trilogy' (with Circus of Horrors and Peeping Tom), in which the keynote is sensationalistic, sexually charged violence. It is featured here in a brand-new transfer from original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio.
When a series of grisly, macabre and seemingly motiveless murders leaves Scotland Yard baffled, leading crime writer and journalist Edward Bancroft is following events with particular interest. But Bancroft is not what he seems, and woe betide anyone who gets in his way...
 Original theatrical trailers
 Original US HypnoVista introduction
 Image gallery