The Man They Could Not Hang
Dr. Henryk Savaard is a scientist working on experiments to restore life to the dead. When he is unjustly hanged for murder, he is brought back to life by his trusted assistant. Re-animated he turns decidedly nasty and sets about murdering the jury that convicted him.
- Stars:Boris Karloff, Lorna Gray, Robert Wilcox, Roger Pryor, Don Beddoe, Ann Doran, Joe De Stefani, Charles Trowbridge, Byron Foulger, Dick Curtis, James Craig, John Tyrrell,
- Director:Nick Grinde,
When Dr. Savaard's experiment in cryonics is interrupted by the short-sighted authorities, his volunteer dies, and he is condemned to death. He vows vengeance if he can survive his own hanging. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Man They Could Not Hang torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: First production of YRF's new Y-Films initiative got the initiative off to a great start. Casting is perfect-very naturalistic acting.
(jp) wrote: It's not so much about a tale that is wrapped up nicely by the end but the journey we are taken on. Much of the film, shown through the main characters journey to connect with his son and to some degree his culture, is a great depiction of indigenous culture of the past and it's relation to that of modern Australian culture. (Excuse the long scentence). Having lived in near the Kimberlys for a while, it was great to see a few familiar places; namely Turkey Creek roadhouse, Broome and Wyndam. It was also good not to have this region 'romantisised' as other films has often done. Oh yeah, great soundtrack too :)
(ca) wrote: As a movie qua movie, it is, at best, not very good. As a movie qua profound theological statement about faith, it is just as flawed. As a movie qua attempt to put certain Christian ideals on film, I guess it succeeds.
(jp) wrote: ok ren.....pero mas ok windstruck lalo na my sassy girl
(nl) wrote: Beautiful movie with such beautiful scenery and a great story.
(ag) wrote: Relationship and marriage. Series issues dealt with humor.
(gb) wrote: Stylish, but not enough so that I can forgive the plodding story and tired ending.
(us) wrote: Wow, these critics are really getting the point of this movie. Yes, the things that happen throughout are devestating, and as I child I thought so too, but now I realize that these things happened to Ginny in order for her to realize how much she has been blessed with the things she already has. Geez guys, maybe look a little deeper next time.
(br) wrote: A good collection of horror stories with a Tales from the Darkside feel.
(nl) wrote: While the premise for this one is good, the execution of it is anything but. Slow pace and sparse entertainment almost kill this one completely. Vincent Price is always a pleasure though, and is the one saving this film from a total panning.
(kr) wrote: I liked this one better than episode 1, but it wasn't as easy to watch. This one is darker but has some fun action. Anakin is annoying but that isn't that bad. I'd recommend it.
(nl) wrote: If you have ever wanted to see how real of a struggle it can be to own a house then this is the movie for you. It takes you on a ride, sometimes one you don't want to jump on, but one worth riding through to the very end. Andrew Garfield is as compelling in this role as he is in Hacksaw Ridge. Not as complicated but just as emotional, and worth rooting for. Michael Shannon is almost disturbing in this role as a real estate shark. The two make one hell of a team.
(es) wrote: Sing Street is a great musical about a group of young boys who form a band in order to get the main character hooked up a young model named Raphina. This film was undeniably energetic and had plenty of great musical numbers. The acting was all very good, and the family dynamic in the film really added another interesting layer to it. Funny and warm hearted, this is a movie that works for almost any age group