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  Horrors of the Black Museum, courtesy of Cinema Club
  Cinema Club has recently released Writer and Producer Herman Cohen's (I Was a Teenage Werewolf) Horrors of The Black Museum.

Scotland Yard are chasing a murderer responsible for the deaths of three young women in London. The killer has no apparent motive but appears to be using the ideas housed in Scotland Yard's "Black Museum" as the theme for his murders. Meanwhile, Edward Bankroft (Gough) is a popular crime writer who uses his own "black museum" as the base for his stories and seems to stay one step ahead of the murderer's every move.

As the string of horrifying murders continue, innocent victims are stabbed, electrocuted, boiled and decapitated, and Scotland Yard are left to wonder, is the killer right under their nose?

Starring Michael Gough (Batman, Sleepy Hollow), Horror's of the Black Museum is a fantastic 1950's horror, complete with high melodrama, bright red blood, and terrific black humour!
  Darren Jones [9 Aug 2004 at 12:10]

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