Queen Doll

Queen Doll

A man grows obssessed with his erstwhile childhood sweetheart and it leads to a haunting encounter with horror.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1972
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:haunting,   dream,   park,  

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Dave R (de) wrote: Oh man it was even worse then the first one so dumb and B movie all the way had funny parts but it was like what the efff is that and they had a bigger bugget to like really thats all you can come up with really

Lee Anne W (mx) wrote: I don't know if it's a hoax or not, but it sure it entertaining. Plus, it's only 86 minutes long! I love short movies!

Araceli S (us) wrote: Great family film. I can watch it over and over again!

Ian B (br) wrote: Smash Cut starts off being introduced by Hershel Gordon Lewis, and from then on, it is an amazing homage to the goremaster, done just as he would have done it. The music sounds like it was taken right out of his movies. The gore looks incredibly fake at times, and sometime all too real... but there is a lot of it! Sasha Grey is hot and sometimes a good actor, she should do more films and less porno. David Hess's return to the exploitation/gore genre was well needed and it makes me (and probably most other horror fans) very comfortable to see Hess and Berryman on the screen again. Recommended for all horror/gore fans who love Gordon Lewis or early exploitation. Not recommended for people who don't like digital video quality or cheap looking movies.

Heather E (br) wrote: This could have been even better. Enjoyable, but with some plot weaknesses.

Joshua S (fr) wrote: a lot of the casting was way off from the book. and while this movie wasn't bad, it was bad for a movie based off a book. so much they got really wrong with tiny bits right

Kevin N (ca) wrote: Herzog makes films that are more like tones than movies. This is one of his darkest and strangest, and it is almost indecipherable beyond its anarchic sideshow spectacle. And yet, there is an otherworldly magnetism about EVEN DAWRFS STARTED SMALL that left me thinking about it for days afterward. What Herzog is trying to bring out is that straneg "otherness" of human beings controlling a world they think was built for them and them alone. By using dwarfs only, and by creating for them a series of surroundings so strange and exaggerated and large, he forces us to see the world the way he sees it: as an alien planet, host to a race of selfish, bored, mischievous (borderline evil) and useless species of creatures, who make a lot of noise and a lot of mess. It's really no good writing about the film, though, as its indescribable tone and manic Herzogian humor say more than any adapted analogy. See this one with an open mind, and you may be surprised at the unique doors it opens.

Evan H (nl) wrote: It's better than what critics lead you to believe. It's colorful and actually funny. It has an all-star cast to boot. It is well directed and put together. It's totally a movie worth seeing!

Nick A (us) wrote: It's not bad, but it's too much about Greg. I know he's the main character but Rachel dying seems more about Greg than Rachel. The main problem is that Greg is the most least interesting character in the movie. It always plays entirely on Rachel's death to draw any emotion from the audience