Fiend Without a Face

Director: Arthur Crabtree
Year Released: 1958
Rating: 1.5

At a military base in Canada, people keep getting strangled by some invisible creatures, and Major Cummings (Marshall Thompson) suspects Professor Walgate (Kynaston Reeves) - who's an "expert" in telekinesis - has something to do with it.  While it's a little better than many B-pictures, that still isn't saying much: there's a lot of dry chatter and the characters are generic, and then there are the "enemies" themselves, which are brains with the spinal cords still attached that move like caterpillars and are accompanied by odd thumping sounds.  I guess it's a Mary Shelley-esque warning about tampering with science ... or it could be about those filthy Commies trying to choke the life out of Capitalism.