The Blood Beast Terror

The Blood Beast Terror

A Scotland Yard Detective (Peter Cushing) must investigate a series of murders perpetrated by a giant blood-sucking moth that can take human form.

A Victorian policeman (Peter Cushing) discovers a professor's (Robert Flemyng) daughter (Wanda Ventham) is a king-size moth that feeds on the blood of her victims when she is in the moth form. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Rob L (au) wrote: I wish there was more classic video game info for naustalgic reasons. The new style of games online takes up half off the movie. Still, I enjoy watching a movie about games

Paul D (it) wrote: An intense look at perhaps a relationship's greatest test. The subject matter is heartbreaking, but as a drama it's first class.

Sylvester E (mx) wrote: An incredible film from start to finish...Worth watching again and again!!!!

Ahimsa I (nl) wrote: If you don't know who Vaclav Havel is, this would be a good time to find out about Eastern European culture and politics in one fell swoop ... ;)

WS W (kr) wrote: Another adolescent's life taking-off + dysfunctional family story. Generally amusing. Emile Hirsch is good whilst Sigourney Weaver is merely awesome.

Daniel T (au) wrote: Choppy editing, direction and acting makes for a headache.

Loy M (gb) wrote: Want to watch a movie that has no action scenes, no excitement and no extravagant scenery. A movie that takes you into the drudgery of old house and old dreams, but has dialogue, character, soul & substance? A movie that leaves you mesmerized and transfixed because there is no predictability in its direction? Then you must watch Bill Condon's Gods and Monsters.Gods and Monsters is an artistic drama that involves romance, friendship, confusion and guilt. Ian McKellen delivers what I consider a true and pure performance. And in act of total surprise, Brendan Fraser delivers the one and only Masterpiece of his now destroyed career.The movie will not appeal to those people who are seeking quick 'Die-Hard' thrills. However, if you want to go deep into the soul of a character and the complexities that arise when you face your demons, then this is a must watch on your list.I loved it.Overall Rating9.5 out of 10Loy Machedoloymachedo dot com | whoisloymachedo dot com

Nicolas S (gb) wrote: Vaya manera de dar vuelta un encargo Wim

James M (ca) wrote: Lacks everything the original offered, just another cash-in sequel.

Luc L (ag) wrote: Some famous sketches done live.

Niels S (fr) wrote: If they hadn't changed Patricia Highsmith's much better and darker ending, this could have been a great movie.

Nicholas L (ru) wrote: I can't see how this movie got all the oscars it did because it lacked a full script and an engaging character. Neither did the movie do justice to the full extent of brutality that the people experienced during that time. It was such a bare bones account.

Banana B (gb) wrote: My favourite elvis movie!

Zachary D (de) wrote: Gave me super aids and I liked it

rocknblues 8 (jp) wrote: Shenandoah is an interesting film. A lot of the film is build on wholesome values that seem to doom the film to Disney territory early on. It's about a farmer (Played by Stewart)that encourages his sons not to interfere and pick sides in the Civil War. Naturally, his stance can only hold for so long as he is forced into action after his son taken by the Yankee forces and turned into a prisoner. The whole family with the exception of one son and his wife is left behind as the family heads out to find the missing boy. But tragedy strikes when a pair of looters could by the ranch and take advantage of the only remaining couple. After the pursuit proves to be less than fruitful, the family returns home to discover that fate did not reward the families lack of action. Instead, farmer Charlie Anderson learns that you can't ever fully runaway from the tragedy of war. And while the film clearly is a notch below most of Stewart's early work, the film is worth watching and Stewart delivers another solid performance highlighted by an emotional scene near the end in which he tries to make sense of it all by sharing his thoughts over the grave of his dead wife. It might not be the ending a lot of people would want, but Stewart makes it work with his earnest performance.

Allan C (br) wrote: Solid police drama from the producer to "Bullitt" and "The French Connection," Philip D'Antoni, who took over the director's chair this one outing. The film's story is based upon one from Sonny Grosso, one of the real-life cops from "The French Connection" who Roy Scheider's character is based upon. Scheider plays the leader of a small squad of cops who operate somewhat outside the boundaries of normal police procedure, though they're nicknamed the Seven-Ups because the criminals they sentence typically get seven years or more. This film has the same gritty 70s street crime feel Bullitt and Connection, but this film isn't up to that high standard, though few films are of that caliber. However, this film does deliver a car chase scene that is arguable just as strong as the classic chase scenes in either of those films, though nothing will top the story that Connection director William Friedkin had stuntman Bill Hickman drive head on into oncoming live traffic and filmed it all. Bill Hickman returns to provide stunt driving here for another classic chase that alone makes this film worth watching. Besides the classic chase scene, this film has solid characters, a decent story and a strong performance by Scheider in the lead. And perennial bad guy character actor Richard Lynch also makes nasty villain.