The Lair of the White Worm
In a remote corner of England's Peak District, a mysterious skull is unearthed. But even weirder is that Lady Sylvia steals the skull for use in worshiping - very erotically - her pagan god, The White Worm, who hungers for the taste of virginal flesh.
- Stars:Amanda Donohoe, Hugh Grant, Catherine Oxenberg, Peter Capaldi, Sammi Davis, Stratford Johns, Paul Brooke, Imogen Claire, Chris Pitt, Gina McKee, Christopher Gable, Lloyd Peters, Miranda Coe, Linzi Drew, Caron Anne Kelly,
- Director:Ken Russell,
- Writer:Ken Russell (screenplay), Bram Stoker (novel)
Scottish archaeologist Angus Flint discovers an odd skull amid the ruins of a convent that he is excavating. Shortly thereafter, Lady Sylvia Marsh returns to Temple House, a nearby mansion,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Lair of the White Worm torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: Erm this is titled wrong, this is walking tall 2. The first starred the rock and knoxville.
(es) wrote: I love this movie. It is really funny!!!
(mx) wrote: Brilliantly exposes the dark underside of the supposedly happy and benign decade of the 1950s. An unforgettable performance by Miranda Richardson.
(au) wrote: Despite the technically clever writing, I found only Annie Hall to be interesting only at small times after the first 20 minutes. The plot jumped all over the place and Woody Allen is a much better writer than actor.
(fr) wrote: Spaghetti western from director Sergio Corbucci is entertaining enough - there's plenty of action and violence, but it's often slow-paced and talky when people aren't killing each other - as usual with a Sergio Corbucci Spaghetti western. Burt Reynolds is alright as the hero, but it's the supporting cast that seems to have more to work with. Legendary score by Ennio Morricone.
(ag) wrote: Arguably the greatest comedy ever made! Gene Wilder is brilliant and he co-wrote the script with the great Mel Brooks. Marty Feldman shines as well. The entire cast is brilliant!
(jp) wrote: Anthony Hopkins - nothing else needs to be said