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La Maldición de la Bestia

The Werewolf and the Yeti
Horror of the Werewolf / Hall of the Mountain King / Night of the Howling Beast / The Curse of the Beast

Spain 1977
produced by
José Antonio Pérez Giner, Modesto Pérez Redondo for Profilmes
directed by Miguel Iglesias (as M.I. Bonns)
starring Paul Naschy, Grace Mills (= Mercedes Molina), Silvia Solar, Gil Vidal, Luis Induni, Josep Catillo Escalona, Ventura Oller, Verónica Miriel, Juan Velilla, Carmen G. Cervera, Pepa Ferrer, José Luis Chinchilla, Fernando Ulloa, Juan Ollé, Ana María Mauri, Gaspar 'Indio' Fonzález, Víctor Israel, Eduardo Alcázar, Salomon
written by Jacinto Molina (= Paul Naschy), special effects by José Pascual, Alfredo Segoviano

El Hombre Lobo, Yeti

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Professor Lacombe asks adventurer Waldemar Daninsky (Paul Naschy) to join him and his daughter Sylvia (Grace Mills) on their expedition to the Himalayas to find the Yeti. Once there, Waldemar is soon cut off from the others and captured by ... two lovely girls who want to have sex with him, but who are also cannibals. Somehow, Waldemar manages to kill the girls, but it doesn't take him long to notice that he turns into a wolfman every full moon from now on.

Waldemar wants to rejoin the professor's expedition at base camp, only to realize the camp has been raided by the gang of local bandit Sekkar Khan (Luis Induni) and everybody has either been killed or taken captive. Somehow, Waldemar manages to catch up with Sylvia, who is still on the run from the bandits, and save her by turning into a werewolf and taking out her pursuers.

Waldemar and Sylvia find the hut of a wise man who tells them of a certain flower that would end Waldemar's cures, but before they can set out to find it, the bandits raid the place, kill the wise man and kidnap Sylvia while Waldemar is out doing some werewolving. Waldemar wants to go rescue her, but is captured himself.

In Sekkar Khan's cavernous hideout: Sekkar Khan, it soon turns out, is a rather sick man, so he could use the help of professor Lacombe, but he also has a weakness for pretty girls, which is why he keeps Sylvia, along with a harem of other girls, captive. He has little use for Waldemar though ...

Thing is, Sekkar Khan isn't even running the show here, Wandesa (Silvia Solar) is, who claims to be a healer and who wants to be the only woman on Sekkar Khan's side - so she kills the professor to get rid of the competition, and routinely skins the girls Sekkar Khan keeps, for medical purposes, she claims - but it's really jsut because she's a sadist bitch. Waldemar she wants to keep though, because she figures his very special condition could come in handy every now and again.

Somehow, Sylvia and a host of other girls break free from their cell, and Sylvia breaks Waldemar free - who even without turning into a werewolf is able to kill the baddies and save both of them. Once out of the caves of Sekkar Khan though, he is greeted by the full moon, and he pushes Sylvia away just in time before he turns. Sylvia runs away as fast as she can but is intercepted by the Yeti ... but thank God werewolf Waldemar comes after her to save her. In a deadly battle, both the Yeti and the werewolf are killed - but then Sylvia finds the flower to heal Waldemar, does apply it to his dying body, and Waldemar is reanimated, all human again.


A silly little movie that is somewhat spoiled by a slow start that sets up quite a few characters that have little to do with the story in a rather boring manner. The fun starts though once the bandits appear on the scene and the film becomes macabre and gory but also erotically charged. Anyways, almost certainly not the best Hombre Lobo movie, and especially the Yeti is disappointingly underused, but entertaining nevertheless.

review © by Mike Haberfelner


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