|Good early horror from genre director Jess Franco.
After his daughter Melissa is horribly disfigured in a laboratory fire, Dr. Orloff sets himself on a mission to restore her beauty...using a strict regimen of "skin-grafts-at-home" courtesy of unwilling, kidnapped lovelies.
Some interesting shots, with the Spanish-French production well-served by the winding, claustrophobic village corridors and Orloff's secluded castle hideout. Orloff's assistant Morpho is truly striking with a genuinely frightening countenance.
Also known as Cries in the Night and Gritos en la Noche. Followed by Dr. Orloff's Monster (1964).