Night of the Howling Beast

1975 [SPANISH]

Adventure / Horror

Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 17%
IMDb Rating 5.3 10 595

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English 2.0
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by lastliberal 6 / 10

Here in Tibet are hidden mysteries and secrets.

Paul Naschy, the Spanish Lon Chaney, made 12 films as Waldemar Daninsky, and this video nasty is number eight. It was banned in Britain and never released there.

Here, he is after the Abominable Snowman, or Bigfoot as it is known in America, in Tibet. He stumbles into a sacred cave guarded by two sisters, who are also cannibals, and they use him for breeding. He kills them, but not before they turn him into a werewolf.

He begins roaming the mountain attacking the others in the hunting party. That's not the only thing they have to worry about as Sekkar Khan's (Luis Induni)bandits roam the mountain also.

The Werewolf is not all bad, as he saves Sylvia (Grace Mills) from being raped. Of course as Waldemar, he is in love with her.

After being captured by Sekkar Khan, they are at the mercy of the evil sorceress Wandesa (Silvia Solar). Will his curse allow him to save everyone? There will certainly be lots of nudity and torture before that happens! It was an enjoyable film with good music, and, yes, the Werewolf and the Yeti do meet and battle at the end.

Reviewed by HumanoidOfFlesh 6 / 10

Sleazy and goofy werewolf trash.

In "The Werewolf and the Yeti" we follow the renowned adventures of Waldemar Daninsky across the Himalayas as he is out on an expedition to find the Yeti.Waldemar ends up getting lost in the mountains,where he meets two cannibalistic sex starved nymphos in the cave.Sleaze comes thick and fast as Naschy becomes sex slave of the women.As a result he turns into werewolf,who wreaks havoc in the mountains.The final battle between him and the Yeti is a laugh riot.Cheesy and dumb trash with a healthy dose of nudity and a little bit of gore.One unfortunate woman gets her back skinned in the film's most gruesome scene.The acting is bad and the special effects are even worse.6 out of 10.

Reviewed by Red-Barracuda 6 / 10

Schlocky Spanish werewolf yarn

In this Spanish horror movie a group of scientists travel to Tibet to try and track down the Yeti. While there one of their team is infected with lycanthropy and periodically turns into a werewolf.

This is my first exposure to the Spanish horror icon Paul Naschy, who stars in the lead role here. Seemingly Naschy made many similar films in a long career. On this basis, his back catalogue could do with further investigation. Despite being a low budget affair, The Werewolf and the Yeti throws a lot of ideas at us and certainly tries to entertain. Aside from the two title monsters there are a pair of cannibal vampire cave-girls, a wicked sorceress and a gang of violent bandits. Sadly, while the werewolf has a prominent part to play in proceedings as he goes round killing bad guys, the Yeti only appears at the beginning and the end. The snowy locations and sets are very nice too and add to the overall atmosphere.

This film's main claim to fame has to be its inclusion on the Video Nasty list. It was even one of the titles that remained on the DPP's hit-list right until the very end and so has an added notoriety. However, it really is quite difficult to work out why this should be, as despite some gory moments this is hardly a shocking film. The skinning sequence is probably the most obviously infamous but it's not particularly graphic. Rather than being nasty, this is more of a silly and schlocky film. It should interest werewolf film fanatics and should also offer something to those who enjoy the racier Euro variants on the Hammer horrors.

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