It’ll Make Your Skin Sag
She asks about the monster story, saying the police apparently wants those monster stories to stop and Janet just says she is going to pretend she didn’t hear any of that. She then goes on her way to the swamp.
Back at the police station, Robbins talks to a scholar from Europe in Prof. Vladimir Strowski.
Capt. Robbins: He tampered in God’s Domain.
And that is the end of the movie.
You may all expect this to not have been a success (being an Ed Wood film and all), but this may have actually made money. However, most of the producers of this film and investors would not see most of the money because of a bad deal Ed Wood himself made with entertainment lawyer Samuel Arkoff that saw Arkoff get most of the money that the film made. In fact, the money Arkoff made from this film contributed to the funding of films from American International Pictures, which is responsible for a lot of Roger Corman films. So yeah, on the one Ed Wood film that would be seen as sort of successful (and this film even has a sequel with Night Of The Ghouls (made in 1959 and ultimately released in 1984)), Ed Wood still ended up being a failure.
So now onto my final thoughts on the film.