The Beast Must Die (Black Werewolf)
The Beast Must Die (Black Werewolf) (1974)

In this horror film, a wealthy sportsman invites a house full of guests to a big-game hunt that he's devised. He's sure that one of the guests is a werewolf, and he intends to stalk it, find it, and kill it.

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: April 1, 1974
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Staci Layne Wilson
Horror.com

The Beast Must Die is worth a look, as long as you enjoy unintentionally campy kitsch from the swinging 70s and werewolf myths.

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Jeremiah Kipp
Slant Magazine

This B-movie werewolf tale from British horror studio Amicus was a blatant attempt to compete with their equally low-budget competitor AIP studios.

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Kevin Carr
7M Pictures

A good old-fashioned made-for-TV-style werewolf movie.


Flixster User Reviews
Ken Stachnik
Fairly bad Agatha Christie with a werewolf twist
Barry Lappin
Oh Yeah, absolute Cushing classic. And the beasty is great too.
Dr Blood  
Possibly the most disappointing Amicus film ever. For years, I blamed Hammer for this travesty mainly due to Peter Cushing's presence. He's made to… More
Anthony Valletta
Offbeat story and 70s flavor makes this one a winner.
David Sayers
How can you not love a film that starts off announcing that towards the end there will be a special 'Werewolf minute' for you to guess the identity of… More
Christopher Brown
This movie is the one with the classic "Werewolf Minute" for the viewer to guess who the werewolf is...in that case don't read the alternate… More