Release date1965 WriterJim OConnolly (screenplay), Frank Crisp (novel)
TaglineSpace Creatures Snatch Girls To Mysterious Planet!
Night Caller from Outer Space, also known as simply The Night Caller or Blood Beast from Outer Space, is a British 1965 science fiction film directed by John Gilling. It is based on Frank Crisp's novel The Night Callers.
Scientist Jack Costain (John Saxon) and his aides investigate a meteorite in the British countryside, discovering that it is an alien device from Ganymede, a moon of Jupiter. They capture a tall alien and take it to their lab, but it escapes. Shortly thereafter, teenage girls begin to go missing after answering an advertisement in 'Bikini Girl' magazine. It turns out the alien wants to use women from Earth for breeding purposes.
John Saxon as Dr. Jack Costain
Maurice Denham as Dr. Morley
Patricia Haines as Ann Barlow
Alfred Burke as Detective Supt. Hartley
John Carson as the Major
Warren Mitchell as Reg Lilburn
Marianne Stone as Madge Lilburn
Stanley Meadows as Det. Tom Grant
Aubrey Morris as Thorburn
Ballard Berkeley as Cmdr. Savage
Geoffrey Lumsden as Colonel Davy
Tom Gill as Police Commissioner's secretary
Jack Watson as Sergeant Hawkins
Leonard Maltin called it a "well-done sci-fi thriller" and gave it two-and-a-half stars out of four.