FIEND WITHOUT A FACE is a movie directed by Arthur Crabtree in 1958.
The film takes place in the surroundings of an American airbase in Canada. While the army is using nuclear power to improve long distance radars, people around the base are murdered by an invisible enemy which sucks the brain of its victims. Major Cummings must soothe the population's anger against the U.S. army and find who's responsible for the killings.
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Cummings will finally discover that a retired scientist, living nearby, uses the atomic power produced in the airbase to carry on with his experiments. He's just succeeded in projecting his own thought out of himself. But his materialized thought has taken the shape of invisible little brains that must suck other brains in order to survive.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler