Fiend Without a Face
Fiend Without a Face (1957)

Propelled by their spinal cords, murderous airborne brains fly out in search of food-for-thought after of a scientist's experiment with thought-materialization goes horribly awry in this horror movie with excellent special effects and a… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1957
DVD Release Date: January 30, 2001
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Critic Score: 67% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Rob Humanick

As far as mad scientist byproducts go, they're a juggernaut.

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Pablo Villaça
Cinema em Cena

Pior do que o roteiro, só mesmo os efeitos visuais. E as atuações. E a direção. E...

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

This is just another mutant B-flick that is missing most of its brain.

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Ian Berriman
SFX Magazine

A cinematic bad trip of the highest order.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Way above average 50s sci-fi with great monsters.

Shane Burridge

Falls into the wave of horror productions that presented atomic radiation as the new boogeyman of the postwar era

Mark Bourne

And honestly, how much animus should any percipient genre enthusiast ever direct at a movie bearing the tagline, 'Invisible monsters suck out your brains!'?

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James Kendrick
Q Network Film Desk

a well-crafted and generally suspenseful genre flick that has held up surprisingly well

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Flixster Audience Score: 45% Flixster User Reviews
Randy Tippy
Campy, classic science fiction from 1957 (the year that also gave us <i>The Deadly Mantis</i>, <i>Attack of the Crab Monsters</i> and… More
Chris Browning
Overall, Fiend without a Face works as a 50s science fiction film that at times may be a little cheesy or far stretched, works. For the time, and on a tiny… More
Tim Salmons
I walked into Fiend Without a Face somewhat cold. I halfway expected a plot involving evil brains of some sort, and I got exactly that. I'm not like most… More
Brandon Siddall
In the 1950's Monster movies were a dime a dozen. You couldn't go to a drive in theater in the 50's and throw a rock without hitting a teen… More
Mark K
My friends, since you're weary, and need change of pace, I present to you all: Fiend Without a Face. I was just a young kid, up late at night, when… More