In the immediate years following World War 2, a resurgence of the Third Reich was a very real fear in Europe. Just like the atomic bomb and its radioactive effects, science fiction films exploited this fear with many tales of Nazi mad scientists setting up shop in our own backyards. Escaped Nazis were smart, cunning, and stole enough gold and currency to pay people off so they could set up labs with new identities and malicious goals. At least, in films, National Socialist horror continued well through the 1950s. Today we examine 1958's "The Electronic Monster" (aka "Escapement"), a minor scifi tale from England.