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Garry A (ag) wrote: Surprisingly decent. Stephen Moyer is really impressive. They missed a trick with the ending though.
Erica N (br) wrote: verkligen en B film...trist...
Tina C (es) wrote: This film is disappointing for two reasons. One, it's slow and confusing. I had a hard time figuring out who was talking when. And I have no idea why they included an interview of one of the actors right in the middle. It added nothing to the movie, and I was baffled as to why it was included. Secondly, there's just too many unanswered questions. There's a strange absense of any talk about sexuality. Even the zoophiles just use the term "connecting with the animal." Well, there are ways to connect with animals without having sex with them, so why have sex with them? I'm also trying to wrap my brain around how what they did is even physically possible, and the process in which they trained themselves and the horse to do it, which was also not covered. It's a fascinating topic, to put it mildly, I just wish the movie was better.
Thomas L (ag) wrote: Not as good as Without Limits!
Kristen B (fr) wrote: Hillarious...every time you watch it you find more and more things to laugh at. Excellent ensemble casting and very quotable!
Danielle M (ru) wrote: Funny ! ! Loved the movie ! !
pete 1 (ca) wrote: a good film,a murder mystery
Karsh D (br) wrote: Oliver Reed gives it his all as a french high priest who has many lady admirers and this upsets his bosses who have him arrested and tortured. Shame it has Ken Russells pretentious stamp all over it though.
Kevin R (es) wrote: My master's hospitality is revered.A group of individuals are invited to meet a count in a castle. The individuals do not know why they've been invited, but the story of the count unfolds before them as he's resurrected by some loyal followers that the count somehow communicates with despite the count being deceased. None of the events make sense to the guest until it appears to be too late..."Is he indisposed?""He's dead."Terrence Fisher, director of Horror of Dracula, The Curse of Frankenstein, The Mummy, Island of Terror, The Gorgon, Frankenstein Created Woman, and The Curse of the Werewolf, delivers Dracula Prince of Darkness. The storyline for this picture is as you'd expect for the genre and era; however, Christopher Lee as Dracula is always compelling and perfectly executed. The cast also includes Barbara Shelley, Andrew Keir, Francis Matthews, and Suzanne Farmer. "There is no bogey man anymore."This was on Turner Classic Movies (TCM) this Halloween season and I had to DVR it (I honestly thought I had already seen this). This was entertaining and well done but isn't as good as the original Dracula with Lee. This is a must see for diehard fans of the classic horror pictures or Christopher Lee."You are a superstitious, frightened idiot."Grade: C+/B-
Craig B (gb) wrote: Fuller great moments.
Nick B (ag) wrote: Survived the test of time, created an eerie and disturbing universe of post-apocalyptic life.
Ryan H (it) wrote: Oh dear... Why are there a bunch of Jar Jars running around? Oh dear...