I bought "The Creeping Flesh" on DVD awhile back and finally got around to watching it. It is a horror movie made in 1972 and stars Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing, but it is not by Hammer.
It's actually quite good, but may seem quaint by today's standards. It has a good twist ending which I partially predicted, and that's why it was fun.
Cushing and Lee are always fascinating together and I am trying to get all of their appearances together. Usually they were Van Helsing and Dracula, but the non-Dracula films like "Horror Express" or "Hound of the Baskervilles" are much more interesting.