Creature of Destruction

Creature of Destruction

A resort hypnotist and his assistant predict murders, which she then commits as a fanged monster.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   remake,   hypnotism,  

A hypnotist is able to predict murders by a terrifying sea monster. In reality, he causes the murders through his lovely assistant, who is the reincarnation of the monster. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jonathan B (gb) wrote: You'd quite literally have to be from another planet not to have at the very least a vague awareness of the character of Mr. Spock from the 1960s tv series Star Trek and the various movies and spinoffs that it spawned. Spock was a genuine cultural icon and much of this is due to actor Leonard Nimoy, who played him in all but the most recent film iterations. This documentary was being made at the time of Nimoy's death as part of the celebrations planned for the programme's 50th anniversary. The driving force behind the film is Nimoy's son Adam and it serves as a fitting tribute to his father as much as to the character of Spock. The movie is made up of archive material, interviews with Nimoy, his friends, family and various actors associated with the Star Trek franchise. It is done with a great deal of genuine affection for a much loved series and still manages to be both candid and honest about the difficulties that Nimoy faced at a variety of points during his life. Chief amongst these are the strains that being in such a successful, long running show, where fans can feel that they own the characters and actors, placed upon Nimoy's family. Adam and his father went through a period of estrangement, partly due to the pressures playing the character put on each of them and the film doesn't try to hide this. It says much about both men that they were able to work through these problems and resolve them before Nimoy's death. As an examination the history of a much loved cultural icon, For the Love of Spock makes for informative and interesting viewing and I think that the movie will appeal to any one who has ever had even a passing interest in the show.

Mike Q (es) wrote: What a great school!

Tihana D (ru) wrote: For all intents and purposes, this is a well made movie. It does just what it's supposed to do - it stirs up all kinds of emotions and shocks to the core. For example, I had a bloody difficult time watching the thing to the end without taking a few `breathers` from all the heaviness intertwined in every pore of the movie. This is a sickening, extremely unpleasant, gray piece of cinematography designed to leave you in sweating horror from the thought that the monster(s) are quite real, among us and tend to drench the piece of Earth they inhabit in black, horrific veil of terror. This is by far the worst movie I've seen so far and I've read all the warnings about its gruesomeness beforehand and decided they don't apply to me. `What could be THAT bad? No way it could shock me! I watch horror movies like nobody's business!`. The fact is - probably everyone ever to watch this difficult movie about an Australian serial killer John Bunting will have a massively difficult time sinking their teeth into this grayness. There is no sunshine coming afterwards, there is no catharsis, no superheroes...there are no better times ahead for its protagonists. There is nothing, not a hint of something, not a hint of light. Just a massive swell of nothingness, heaviness nesting right there on your chest long after you've watched it. And when the years have passed, the only thing I will remember is that blackness I felt afterwards. I won't remember it's tormented characters, demonic John Bunting, psychological tortures people/kids endured, animal cruelty, paedophilia, grey Australian small town poverty, alcohol....

Sandy K (jp) wrote: Completely delightful and charming love story of two people who are perfect for each other (he is the owner of a failing chocolate factory and she is a gifted chocolatier), if only they can overcome their extreme shyness. One of my favorite scenes was watching Jean-Ren trying to accomplish his therapist's assignment to "touch" someone -- his hovering over his workers in an excruciating attempt to merely pat them on the shoulder is both touching and hilarious.

g y (jp) wrote: Wonderful cgi and music

Marischa B (gb) wrote: a disapointment cuz dwayne johnson isnt in it.

Lasse C (us) wrote: More of the same. The first one felt like it was just building up to a sequel and for the sequel then to fail to deliver isn't a good sign for the franchise.

Kristina K (mx) wrote: The cinematography in the preview alone is enough of a draw for me.

beth c (nl) wrote: One of my all time favourite war films. It is truly cutting and cynical

Kevin S (ru) wrote: Only good if you watch the mystery science theater version

John A (kr) wrote: The second film in Ford's "Cavalry Trilogy", and maybe even the best of the three. The cinematography is unbelievable, and Monument Valley is as beautiful as in all the films Ford shot there. John Wayne gives one of his best performances outside of 'The Searchers'.

I dont know w (nl) wrote: Also known as a very good comedy movie, along with a great cast.

3 ELEMENTS C (ca) wrote: BEST MOVIE GUYS WATCH IT ALOT And NEVER STOP WARCHING??????????????????it sad?????????? and funny?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

William D (ru) wrote: I thought it entertaining. The books were written 100 years ago so people saying the story seems similar to other movies should know the story is a century old.

Eric O (mx) wrote: I don't know...despite it being a very touching story (and I'm usually keen on depressing and emotional stories); if I'm being nit-picky it just misses and I can't quite put my finger on exactly how.

Matt G (es) wrote: A bittersweet tragicomedy full of honesty, humor and reverence. Like the lighter side of the Coens before the Coens existed, all the characters present a full life no matter how little we see them. Far from perfect (bit long) but fun nonetheless.

Grant H (fr) wrote: Pretty good movie. While the characters are hardly likable and very superficial, their dialogue is often interesting and the story itself features some compelling progression, as well as a solid lead performance from Phoenix and beautiful direction from Allen.

Hiang M (ru) wrote: parece que durara 6 horas... un intento de scary movie falite