First, when "The Raven" finished shooting three days early, a thrifty Roger Corman used the cast and sets for "The Terror." Jack Nicholson plays a lieutenant in Napoleon's army who after getting separated from his regiment is haunted by a mysterious woman. She eventually leads him to mad baron Boris Karloff's sinister castle. (Nicholson's then-wife) Sandra Knight and the great Dick Miller co-star. Next, in "Eegah," Richard Kiel (007 foe "Jaws") cuts a fine figure in this deliciously bad spin on the "Beauty and the Beast" theme. Kiel, in the title role, is a million-year-old caveman living in modern California, who kidnaps an adventurer and his teenage daughter, with whom Kiel falls in love. She must then play along with Eegah until her boyfriend can attempt a rescue. Action, romance, and rock 'n' roll pervade this release from producer Arch Hall, Sr. Marilyn Manning and Arch Hall, Jr., co-star. 183 min. total. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: English (SDH); featurettes; music video; theatrical trailers.