After witnessing a man's death in a bizzare accident, Father Pergado goes on a spiritual retreat, where he encounters his alien double bent on world conquest. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
End of the World
After witnessing a man's death in a bizzare accident, Father Pergado goes on a spiritual retreat, where he encounters his alien double bent on world conquest.
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Kirat P (au) wrote: its a really funny movie
Yi Yi L (nl) wrote: ????????????+??????????????.......
Joshua J (it) wrote: This is a good movie
Graham L (jp) wrote: Brendan Fraser and Ricki Lake? Come on.
Adam K (us) wrote: the "so terrible its great fight scene" alone earns this film 5 stars. just click on the video attached to this film's page and you'll understand
Cindy I (us) wrote: William Castle strikes again with this tale of a Baron whose face is frozen into a monstrous toothy smile out of a fear response to seeing the decaying corpse of his dead father (while robbing his grave of a winning lottery ticket). He hires a doctor to cure him of his affliction. The Baron has of course turned into a psychopath because of his condition. It doesn't help matters that the Baron's wife was previously involved with the doctor, Sir Robert. All kinds of nasty things could have happened. After all, the doctor had a torture chamber in his house. But DID it happen? NOPE. Any potential this film could have had to be spooky or creepy ala Eyes Without a Face is totally wasted here. There's a bit of build-up to the big reveal that makes you think "hmmm...I wonder how creepy he's going to look?" Don't wonder. The reveal is a complete letdown. The climax is anti-climactic, and the twist ending comes across as a bad episode of Twilight Zone. The main thing this film accomplished was to make me want to see Conrad Veidt in the original film of this story -- "The Man Who Laughed". I normally don't expect a lot out of Castle's films except to be entertained in a cheezy silly kind of way. This wasn't even that good.....zzzzzzz
Tibor B (ag) wrote: This is a very effective psychological drama that deserves to be better known. Crudely billed as the English Nightmare on Elm Street,it'sactually a very rich and surreal exploration of childhood isolation, imagination and loneliness. It's quite potent stuff, far too strong for a kids audience, especially when a violent and angry father figure is introduced, giving the film a very dark and disturbing edge to counterpoint the sweet friendship and pre-adolescent romance. Bernard Rose directs with a lot of style and eye for simmering menace, and the set design is frightening in its surreal simplicity. I have to say some of the acting and voice dubbing is a bit second-rate, and the ending drags but these are minor criticisms of an imaginative and very effective journey into a coming of age childs world of dreams and nightmares.