The World Beyond seems to be a TV movie of sorts. It's from 1978 and only 48 minutes. I found a copy on YouTube but very little info on the production on the internet. There is mention of a 1977 program, called The World Of Darkness, with the same character played by Granville Van Dusen. He plays a sport journalist who died for several minutes. Now he has some sort of supernatural power. He gets a invite to go to an island to visit a man named Favor. JoBeth Williams is Favor's sister. They arrive at the island to find the brother dead and another man who dies just after he stumbles into their mist. He passes on a bit of info about what killed the brother and then he dies. The boat driver's dog is killed and soon that old guy is toast too. The beast out there killing is a golem, created by Favor, and they have to find a way to destroy it. I am wondering if they might have been pilot's for a TV show or something. It's not really SF, more horror with a touch of the supernatural. It's not as good as the IMDb's score might indicate, for some reason 30 people, out of the 103 votes cast, voted the thing a 10. That's crazy talk. It's not more than just average. Especially after 20-30 minutes of the golem howling in the night. That gets tired really fast. Sadly the copy on YouTube is pretty poor looking. The other title mentioned isn't on YouTube at all. I'm OK with that.
I thought I had seen Frankenstein's Daughter before but it's not on my watched movie list. It's a 1958 low budget film written by H E Barrie and directed by Richard E Cunha. The Wikipedia says that it was part of a package of four films that producer Marc Frederic wanted for the Drive-In market. It was on a double bill with Cunha's Missile To The Moon. He only made a half dozen films, the two previous ones were She Demons and Giant From The Unknown, and the other two were Girl In Room 13 and When Strangers Meet. I'd seen the first two and they aren't any better than FD and MTTM. FD gets a 3.8 on the IMDb and that's pretty much where I'd pin it and the rest of the Canha films I've seen.
Frankenstein's Daughter is about a scientist, Felix Locher as Dr Morton, who works out of his basement lab. His assistant, Donald Murphy as Oliver Frank, the grandson of Victor Frankenstein, has a different agenda from Dr Morton. Oliver wants to continue his grandfather's original work on creating life. Oliver has been experimenting on the scientist's daughter, Sandra Knight as Tracy Morton, turning her into a wild beast gal who runs about the street when she's been transformed into the hairy gal above. The other picture is of the monster Oliver creates and the other guy is Dr Morton's toady Elsu, played by Wolfe Barzell. The sad thing about that monster, other than the makeup, is that it was supposed to be a female monster but no one told makeup artist Harry Thomas. He made the beast a male and when he found out there was no budget or time to make a new mask. He put lipstick on the lips and sent it along to the set. When Cunha saw the makeup, he left the set and cried. The movie didn't make me cry but now I can say I've seen it.