Messiah of Evil

Messiah of Evil

A young woman goes searching for her missing artist father. Her journey takes her to a strange Californian seaside town governed by a mysterious undead cult.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:1973
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:moon,   religion,   rat,  

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Al M (ru) wrote: A part of the resent onslaught of Bigfoot found-footage horror films, Hunting the Legend is a disappointing, forgettable, and derivative film that offers little new to an already overcrowded genre.

Simon D (kr) wrote: Pretty good indie film about a child who remembers everything. Quite funny.

Sam M (br) wrote: I'm not a tough critic but this film was a letdown. There's some real craft here, but the story isn't interesting and the film left me feeling cold (literally and figuratively). Best not to see it at all.

James H (es) wrote: 5.5/10. Not too bad. The cast is good. John Savage does a good job. It has a creepiness about it and the plot held my interest. It just wasn't very exciting.

Rodney S (kr) wrote: This 1970 creepy British mystery thriller is pretty good. Story is about two British girls going on a bike ride journey into rural France on a nice sunny day, and make a big mistake by stopping just outside a small village to rest. They have an argument, and one of the girls (Pamela Franklin) takes off while the bitchy blond (Michele Dotrice) stays and sunbathes in an area next to a woods. The blond soon disappears, and the other girl comes back looking for her and talks to a woman at a local pub. She finds out a sex murder had occurred a few years earlier and the killer was never found, and now it appears the same thing has happened to the blond. Everything occurs during the bright daylight, there are no night scenes whatsoever. The dvd box, says this has the most surprising twist ending of any British movie ever, or something like that. So, right away, you try to guess what has happened, and who is the killer. I guessed wrong, and I was pretty sure of who I suspected. I recommend this excellent well-acted, atmospheric British thriller very highly. It manages to stay clear of anything graphic, but still manages to creep you out. Very well done by director Robert Fuest.

Rob T (us) wrote: Mostly awful adaptation of a Lovecraft tale but not without it's charms. Acting is pretty lousy as you might expect and the script isn't great (and bears only a passing similarity to the tale from which it is drawn) and the special effects are definately of their time... despite all the negatives though it remains an entertaining watch and is worth a look if you are into 60's horror or Lovecraft.

Karrald G (nl) wrote: Most fabulous Musical {Sharpay follows of course} and they rocked this role in the Lorelei and Dorothy with their fabulous dance moves (even just strutting) and their smooth vocals not too harsh on the ear.