You see it happen!
Two scientists inject an unsuspecting auto accident victim with a mysterious serum causing horrible results.
This Sam Katzman-produced horror film has plenty of holes and laughable moments, but works thanks mostly due to Steven Ritch's performance as the titular monster. He projects plenty of pain and anguish throughout as the man tormented by the monster he becomes when angered, in the Lon Chaney tradition. Director Fred F. Sears also does a decent job of establishing the remote village where the film is set. At times, the snowy, small town environment is so friendly and palatable, you can feel the cold.
Well done werewolf effort from producer Sam Katzman proves monsters were on the comeback long before Hammer. A man is experimented on by disreputable scientists who inject him full of wolf’s blood exposed to radiation. Very good performance by Steven Ritch as the titular monster, a confused and broken man who must come to terms with his fate. Make-up’s not great, but this would make a great pairing with The Return of Dracula.