Directed by T. Hayes Hunter (1933)
Reviewed by The Splattermaniacs, added on Sep 26 2007
Note: In an attempt to update our review database, we are going to be posting a brief synopsis and comments about films we have reviewed for the Splattercast. Follow the link at the end of the "review" to go to the corresponding Splattercast for our full comments. The main review score is the average of everyone's scores.
Of note for being the first sound British horror film, The Ghoul, starring Boris Karloff is a film we found to be largely dull, confusing, and uninteresting. It's worth a look for those of you who really delve into the early years of horror, but for the casual viewer, it's probably not going to engage you.
Listen to us snore our way through The Ghoul on Splattercast #45!