Die, Monster, Die! (British title: Monster of Terror) is a British-American 1965 horror film directed by Daniel Haller. The film is a loose adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's story The Colour Out of Space. It was shot in February and March 1965 at Shepperton Studios under the working title The House at the End of the World. Cast Boris Karloff as Nahum Witley Nick Adams as Stephen Reinhart Freda Jackson as Letitia Witley Suzan Farmer as Susan Witley Terence De Marney as Merwyn Patrick Magee as Dr. Henderson Paul Farrell as Jason Leslie Dwyer as Potter Harold Goodwin as Taxi Driver Sydney Bromley as Pierce Sheila Raynor as Miss Bailey Release Film poster advertising a double billing with Planet of the Vampires In the USA, American International Pictures released the film on 27 October 1965 as the first feature on a double bill with Mario Bava's Planet of the Vampires (1965). In the UK, the film was trade-shown on 4 February 1966 and released on the 20th of that month, supported by Roger Corman's film The Haunted Palace (1963), which is also based on a Lovecraft story. Critical reaction In their book Lurker in the Lobby: A Guide to the Cinema of H. P. Lovecraft, Andrew Migliore and John Strysik call Die, Monster, Die! a "textbook example of the walking-around-endlessly-in-a-big-house school of filmmaking". G. Noel Gross, writing for the DVD review website DVD Talk, writes: "The plodding plot would be more painful if the flick were longer, but the intriguing meld of gothic horror and contemporary sci-fi is hard to pass up".