Decent make-up, great use of fog and color, and an at least vaguely interesting mystery plot held up by the cast of eccentric doctors, make this one of the better b-horrors of the 1930s I've seen so far, and makes me want to check out the rest of the director's features of the 1930s.
Can anyone name a film that better uses two-strip technicolor? Not because I'm convinced this is the most beautiful, but because I'm dying to see anything as divine-looking as this. Absolutely stunning from start to finish! An aesthetically resplendent noirror film from a master B director nearing his Apex.