A deadly epidemic is spreading through the remote Cornish village of Clagmoor Heath. As darkness falls its victims are found foaming at the mouth with savage wounds upon their necks. After his brother becomes another fatality, Harry Spalding travels to Clagmoor to investigate his sibling’s mysterious death. With little help from the superstitious locals, Harry follows a trail of macabre intrigue that leads him to the sinister Dr Franklyn, his strange but beautiful daughter and a truly horrific family secret. Released in 1966, The Reptile is Hammer Horror at its most nightmarish and bizarre.
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Hammer film sharing locations and cast of Plague of the Zombies although it is not in the same league. Despite this it is still very enjoyable and worth watching especially for the understated performance fro Michael Ripper who always made a great contribution to Hammer films.
Classic Hammer horror 'the reptile',has never looked so good..
Watched this yesterday and it's very good. I love horror films and this is a good one. Get some popcorn, turn off the lights and watch this alone.