A Romance of Engineering
Production of steel components at William Beardmore & Co's Parkhead Forge, Glasgow. Made for screening at the 1938 Empire Exhibition.
- Stars:James McKechnie,
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Vivek P (kr) wrote: Is very hard not to like this movie, if you have emotions inside.
Jason H (br) wrote: This movie was trying to be like the Grudge but didn't really succeed. Kinda creepy at parts but the acting was not the greatest. I gave an extra half star for being filmed in Vancouver and someone I know was an extra in it.
Camden M (ru) wrote: It was much funnier than I thought it was going to be!
Dylan Das P (es) wrote: muy bonita esta pelicula, bien enmarcada en la italia fascista, me tramo un resto el arte
Art S (mx) wrote: Last weekend, when I was first struck down by this nasty cold, I watched another of the Rathbone & Bruce Sherlock Holmes films to whisk me away from my stupor. I probably watched all 14 in the series with my Dad on Saturday nights on Channel 38 back in the early '80s, but the plots are largely forgotten now. And even though I read the complete Conan Doyle stories/novellas a few years ago, that hardly affects my ability to recognize much in these liberal adaptations. Faces Death comes closest to the old Charlie Chan formula that sees the detective confronting a houseful of suspect character actors - only unlike in Chan films, there are only 1 or 2 plausible suspects here and one of them gives himself away so badly that the solution to the murders is rather obvious (even if his reasons remain unclear until the end). However, somehow, the creepy weirdness of the setting (an old mansion that has become a convalescence home for veterans, complete with secret passages and dank dungeon) manages to elevate the film beyond its otherwise not so dramatic plot.
Raven D (kr) wrote: Watchable movie,nothing special.Really weird to see who the director is but aside from the reptile shots,movie looks like any x director behind it.
Brian S (de) wrote: A low budget Hammer Productions. Although some parts of the movie can really be boring, The Quatermass Experiment can be a good film when you are looking for cheesy acting and plot. It's takes a while to develop though but in the end it's sort of worth it cause you just watched a classic sci-fi British B movie.