The Haunted Castle

The Haunted Castle

The sinister Count Oetsch scandalizes the aristocratic social gathering at Castle Vogelod as he announces his intention to "crash" the festivities. Baroness Safferst├Ątt is expected shortly, and the guests are well-aware of the rumors that Count Oetsch murdered the baroness' late husband. Oetsch refuses to leave, vowing that he will reveal the identity of the real killer. Before the weekend is through, the Count and Baroness will reveal secrets too shocking to be believed!

In the castle Vogeloed, a few aristocrats are awaiting baroness Safferst├Ątt. But first count Oetsch invites himself.. Everyone thinks he murdered his brother, baroness Safferstat's first ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Johnny D (es) wrote: Without a doubt, this was one of the very worst movies that I have ever seen . And, above and beyond the horrendous acting and script, I couldn't help but wonder how many christian "nut jobs" out there might regard this as a quality film ? Alas, simply watch the special features section and "ye shall see" ! On a scale of 1 to 10, this movies gets a minus 666 .

sai s (br) wrote: no other film like pokiri.......

Leonardo Malacay S (gb) wrote: Una ms de navidad de esas para rer un poco y que tocan la fibra sensible

James L (ru) wrote: great movie hillarious

Andrew M (fr) wrote: I am such a big Spike Lee fan and this has got to be one of his top three 'joints'. It is powerful and moving and just plain interesting. Highly recommended, spread the word

Matt T (ag) wrote: Pinkie Brown is a young hoodlum whose boss has recently been killed. He and his gang take revenge on a journalist who was to blame. Murder is committed, but a witness ties Pinkie to the crime. The law states that a wife cannot testify against her husband, so he marries the witness, a young naive waitress to keep her quiet. But other troubles are just around the corner... A baby faced Richard Attenborough plays Pinkie. He is excellent in the role of a man who believes he is damned to hell and has the low morals to go with it. His relationship with his new wife is creepy. Brighton itself is the star of the show, seen to be seedy, glamorous and grotesque all at once. A special mention must go to the fashion. The clothes on the male characters in their dandified spiv suits, trilbys and pencil thin moustaches all looking cool. A look that inspired the mods in the 1960s (except for the tache). The ending, without giving anything away, is one of my all time favourites and differs from the original novel by Graham Greene. A British film noir gangster classic.

Michael L (mx) wrote: What can one write about this classic film? So much has been written. Just three words: pure film bliss. A perfect example of how brilliant the studio system could be.