The Hypnotic Eye

The Hypnotic Eye

A stage hypnotist's (Jacques Bergerac) ugly helper (Allison Hayes) suggests terrible things to spellbound beauties.

The city is stricken by a wave of self-mutilations performed by beautiful women who seem to be in a hypnotic trance. The authorities suspect a stage hypnotist with a popular act, but the ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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David M (gb) wrote: original and smart...hope there is a sequel to this zombie apocalyptic tale with a twist unlike others I've seen lately!

RajanSatish P (de) wrote: The movie so silly and predictable,the plot that got spoiled by its poor execution and screenplay

chad g (de) wrote: Another winner from the UK. This flick had me in fits of laughter throughout. Gritty tough guys and hard luck for the constant young victim but he came up trumps with that last word!! Gotta get me a copy to go with Lock stock and 2...

GordonThe Mad Artist (jp) wrote: Insipidly stupid time waster with Kathleen Turner, Dennis Quaid, Stanley Tucci, etc. Don't let the good cast fool you--the writing and direction (even though it's the usually decent Herbert Ross) are what sucks about this one.

Marla N (fr) wrote: If anybody knows me at all...they know how much I love Richard Dean Anderson and KNOW that he is one of my favorite people ever. Although, this is NOT the movie to watch if you are not a fan of his. I know that this was a just a TV movie, which makes a big difference and it shouldn't be compared to a film that is made for the big screen. The chemistry between Rick and Justine Bateman actually made me a little uncomfortable...it's like they were trying too hard to seem like they were in love. The acting is rather blah...even for Rick. I really prefer when he just acts as himself (Col. Jack O'neill). Overall this movie had a decent plot and everything turned out right in the end.

Steve S (es) wrote: 1/2* (out of four) A truly awful film that almost has to be seen to be believed. But, then you would actually have to sit through it. James Coco plays the Devil himself. He grants a computer nerd, played by Steve Levitt, a wish to become a tall, blonde, muscular Califorbia Hunk who can get any woman he wants. Deborah Shelton plays the demon who must make sure that he does the Devil's bidding on Earth or she will drag him down to Hell. It claims to be a comedy, but there isn't a laugh to be had anywhere.

Ashley H (ag) wrote: Until They Sail is a decent film. It is about husband-less New Zealand women meet and marry American soldiers during World War II. Jean Simmons and Paul Newman give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Robert Wise did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the drama and romance.

Jocey D (au) wrote: Intriguing story which could have lots of potential but is derailed by poor production. Lots of physical action but poor acting. B rate movie at best.

Marrisa B (ru) wrote: There was no lie in this movie at all but otherwise food

Susan C (au) wrote: Great movie-excellent acting. Wonderful summer night out.