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Genres: Horror , Sci-Fi , Thriller
Actors: Abel Salazar , Ariadna Welter , David Silva , Germán Robles , Luis Aragón , Mauricio Garcés , Ofelia Guilmáin , René Cardona , Rubén Rojo , Carlos Nieto , Carlota Solares , Federico Curiel , Magda Donato , Magda Urvizu , Miguel Brillas
Director: Chano Urueta
Country: Mexico
Year: 1962
IMDB Rating: 4.8/10 (356 votes)

In 1661 Mexico, the Baron Vitelius of Astara is sentenced to be burned alive by the Holy Inquisition of Mexico for witchcraft, necromancy, and other crimes. As he dies, the Baron swears vengeance against the descendants of the Inquisitors. 300 years later, a comet that was passing overhead on the night of the Baron’s execution returns to earth, bringing with it the Baron in the form of a horrible, brain-eating monster that terrorizes the Inquisitor’s descendants.

Film Review

1661: Evil and unrepentant sorcerer Baron Vitelius d'Estera (well played with suitably dour relish by Abel Salazar) gets burned at the stake for practicing witchcraft. Before he dies the Baron vows to return 300 years later to kill the descendants of his executioners. In 1961 a passing comet resurrects the Baron as a grotesquely malformed brain-eating humanoid beast with pointy ears, a swollen face, fangs, and a long forked tongue who embarks on a brutal rampage. Capably directed by Chano Urueta, with a gloomy tone, a novel and inspired script by Federico Curiel and Adolfo Lopez Portillo, a steady pace, a lively ooga-booga shivery score by Gustavo Cesar Carrion, a gloriously hideous monster, several nifty quirky touches (the Baron keeps the cerebrums of his victims in an urn so he can snack on them!), stark, fairly polished black and white cinematography by Jose Ortiz Ramos, and solid acting from a cast that includes familiar south-of-the-border fright feature stalwarts German Rob…

The natural reaction to "Brainiac" is to think "My God, what a horrible movie." While this is not untrue, "Brainiac" represents an absolutely outrageous entry in the Mexican horror genre, and it is not easily forgotten.There are several things I love about this movie that keep me coming back for more. For one thing, the subject matter is surprisingly repellent for a film from the 1960s (hideous monster sucks human brains out through a hollow, piercing forked tongue), and the attack scenes are a little shocking. Sure the monster is clearly fake, but the actual design of the creature is as morbidly fascinating as it is ridiculous. The pulsating head is sickening, and what is up with those hands? There were plenty of goofy monstrosities on hand in the 50s and 60s, but few of them inspired such a visceral reaction as the Brainiac.Next we have the sets. The barren forest where the Brainiac arrives in his meteor is a work of art worthy of Tim Burton. Skeletal t…

This film is a terror classic, it must not be compared to any other film of horror genre, if you do compare it you will not like it, and try to remember this film was made in the 60's.In 1661, Baron Vitelius of Astara; is convicted of invoking the dead; this conviction is made by the holy inquisition of Spain. Vitelius, was wrongly murdered in a fire, and promised that he would come back to kill all of the inquisitors ancestors. In 1961, on a mysterious comet the Baron returns as a killer monster whom wants revenge for his death. He begins his terror by killing a man and taking his clothing, next his robs a bank and buys a house and begins extracting his revenge on the ancestors of the inquisitors. He almost kills them all, but things go wrong at a party when he is discovered to be 300 years old.

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