Legacy of Blood

Legacy of Blood

In order to qualify to inherit the family fortune, the four heirs must spend the night in the family estate. However, during the night someone starts killing them off.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:1971
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   servant,   police,  

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Joo P (kr) wrote: Step Up All In is the new movie of this franchise to succeed in deliver an entertainment, awesome and great reunion between the characters of the others previous movies. Even if the story doesn't work so well, the coreography and the dance always count as good point and this time we have one of the best final dances of the franchise so far.

Gregory W (de) wrote: good stuff kinda doc style

Walter M (br) wrote: "Lake Tahoe" starts with Juan(Diego Catano) not so much wrapping a car around a telephone pole, as lightly tapping it. While he is unharmed, the car is not. Since this is Sunday, most of the auto repair shops are closed for the day and Don Heber(Hector Herrera) thinks he is trying to rob his place of business. Eventually, Juan does manage to convince the old man of his honest intentions and in return is told what is probably wrong with the car. Now all he needs is a part which turns out to be more elusive and expensive than he had originally imagined... "Lake Tahoe" is filmed with a stationary camera, usually at a distance from the action, which is a style that usually puts me on edge. However, this time it works well with the deadpan comedy of Juan's odyssey. Even with an extreme tonal shift that occurs halfway through when a vital piece of information is nonchalantly dropped in the viewers' laps, the movie remains a bittersweet look at how we are never alone as we think we are.

Aysha R (it) wrote: Not a bad thriller, v original for Bollywood, and the sountrack isn't too bad either!!

Amanda H (nl) wrote: I'm all for twisted, but not when that's the entire point. I can't stand to sit through something that makes absolutely no sense and has zero plot, so I gave up on this after 20 minutes. Even that was too long.

Donna F (es) wrote: At times this was quite difficult to watch. Not a documentary, yet the message comes across about the way meat packers do business, and their dirty business.

Thomas B (nl) wrote: Grade - BOne of Ridley Scott's better films of late, 'Matchstick Men' is a great showcase for Nicolas Cage's wacky performance, and is supported by a good script.

asid y (br) wrote: I love this silly b, movie, A charles band great. also you have to love Jacqueline Lovell, who cant love a movie with a blonde topless in most of the film

Timothy S (br) wrote: Fans of the franchise created by imaginative British author Clive Barker know that the story was sufficiently summed up at the end of the first film. But since the first rule of Hollywood is that nothing this profitable never dies we now have "Hellraiser 3", and while it's by no means great, it is the last film in the series that really tried to be.The problem with a film that was made purely in pursuit of profits is that there really isn't a story to be told, and that's the one thing that plagues this well made but completely unnecessary picture. Anthony Hickox was the go-to guy in the early 1990's for skillfully made but cheap sequels, and the guy really has a flair for them. The conclusion of this is a lot of fun, even if it is a bit of a riff on "Carrie," because you get to see Pinhead and his compadres wreak havoc in our world for a change.However, so much of the set-up feels very familiar. The Kevin Bernhardt character is interesting and reminiscent of Sean Chapman from the first film, but he's disposed of all too quickly. There's an interesting backstory here involving the actor who has portrayed Pinhead in all of the films, Doug Bradley, getting a rare chance to shine in his human form, but it doesn't do enough to add to the mythology of the franchise.The original Cenobites are traded out for humans-turned-demons this time out including a DJ killing people with CD's and a cameraman spouting silly one-liners, and none of that really works either. "Hellraiser 3" is good only when compared to the desperate films that would follow. This is too much of a let-down.

Michael F (au) wrote: Gloomy femme fatale schtick that wastes its initially involving domestic violence set up with an utterly predictable denouement that leaves several plot threads hanging.

Adam S (fr) wrote: Prince of Darkness is yet another stellar film from John Carpenter's Golden Decade of the 1980s. I think Prince of Darkness ranks highly among Carpenter's better shot films. The lighting in particular is fantastic and helps to build atmosphere and tension.The film has a Lovecraftian vibe of intelligent people going up against the terrifyingly incomprehensible. There's not much to go on with the characters, but the cast do their job well enough, particularly Donald Pleasence (as always) as the concerned Priest. Victor Wong also plays his part magnificently. The whole effort feels consistently well-crafted, unlike Carpetner's later work, with the exception of the phenomenal They Live. This film is a pleasure to look at, and I liked the ending. Critically, this movie does its most important task of building suspense and creating a creepy atmosphere well. I was spooked most of the time, frightened out of my skull the rest of the time. I love Carpenter's work throughout the 80's when he was at the zenith of his creative talents. Four stars well deserved.

Tsubaki S (it) wrote: If this had less singing sequences and more crazy Wagner-vampire-frankenstein sequences i would rate this even better. Neverless, good ol Ken Russell knows how to make a good bio pic. You will be missed sir.

Alejandra G (es) wrote: I always enjoy Woody Allen's sense of humor, NY and Billy Holiday.