The Blood on Satan's Claw

The Blood on Satan's Claw

The accidental unearthing of Satan’s earthly remains causes the children of 17th-century English village to slowly convert into a coven of devil worshipers.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:1971
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   murder,   occult,  

Horror thriller set in 17th century England about the children of a village slowly converting into a coven of devil worshipers. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Dave J (mx) wrote: Monday, June 2, 2014 (2013) Cottage Country PSYCOLOGICAL COMEDY DRAMA THRILLER Straight-to-rental movie with devoted, working stiff, Todd Chipowski (Tyler Labine) planning a nice quiet getaway from his stressful job with a pre-planned marriage proposal to his fianc, Cammie Ryan (Malin Akerman) at the secluded cottage. Except that things are not going accordingly to plan as soon as his obnoxiously loudmouth, inconsiderate brother shows up along with his hooker-looking girlfriend resorting him to do very extreme things. The dark comedy aspects is unfunny and lousy, with the end of this movie making zero sense, and so is this movie. Bomb

Jared F (au) wrote: a well acted movie riddled with heavy morals, serious topics and lots to say.

james f (de) wrote: best adam sandler film

Jilie L (kr) wrote: what u really want in your life?

Millo T (ru) wrote: SPOILER: (I have seen the dramatic raping scene and yeah, it is quite explicit and violent. It is a pity these things happen to real women).

Justin S (de) wrote: Steve Buscemi gets an A

Sarah C (fr) wrote: This is OK but not a patch on The Philadelphia Story. The lack of Cary Grant does not work in its favour.

Alan W (gb) wrote: This is a good movie

Steve B (gb) wrote: The first movie of the Noriko trilogy in which a young girl, who lives with her father, has to marry in accordance with the family's demands. The result is a very powerful drama from director Ozu.

Shawn G (gb) wrote: A bit better than Cocoanuts, but I'm still flummoxed over Groucho's popularity. Although to see him dance, that's where the real comedy was.

Eric H (gb) wrote: Picks up the musical genre where Broadway Melody left off. Once again we are given a behind the scenes look at a big stage production, but, this time, we are also given the good ensemble cast, interesting story lines, and dramatic weight to make it mean something. You see the aging stars, the young hopeful newcomers, the catty chorus girls, the slave driving director, and the womanizing producer. You see the backstage politics, the dirty tricks, the endless rehearsals and the nail biting opening night. You actually care about weather or not the show goes on because you care about those involved and sense how important it is to them. Warner Baxter gives a particularly good performance as the tireless, self destructive director. It's far from perfect, but it is a marked improvement in the musical genre and a definite forerunner for movies like A Chorus Line and All that Jazz.

Patrick W (jp) wrote: It is argued on the internet that this film is where the idea for The Hunger Games came from. After watching it, there are pretty striking similarities, although this movie is much more violent and graphic than The Hunger Games. Every year, Japan sends a 9th grade class into the Battle Royale to kill each other and crown a winner as a way of the adult population to maintain some level of control over the younger generation. It is pretty well acted and the script is a very interesting concept. The sheer brutality of it is probably more real-to-life as what would happen as some would care to admit. Great Japanese film.

Robert C (us) wrote: You'll be entertained. worst part is something at the end but don't let that ruin the rest of this.

Patrick W (ca) wrote: Just like the other films touch on milestones in the lives of a group of young male friends (prom night, college summers, etc.) this one is no different. This time, Jim and Michelle are getting married and the guys get to have another rite of passage: a bachelor party. Of course, what is an American Pie film without a little Stifler misfortune as well. While this one loses the magic of the first 2 films, you might as well check it out if you've seen the first 2.