The Last Man on Earth (1964)
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In a post-epidemic nightmare world, scientist Robert Morgan (Vincent Price) is the only man immune to the plague which has transformed the entire population of the Earth into vampire-like creatures. He becomes the monster slayer that vampire-society fears. Curing one of them, Ruth (Franca Bettoja), with a transfusion of his blood gives him hope for the future. It is a short future, however, since the other vampires quickly find and kill him. This dark tale, based on Richard Matheson's even
Mar 8, 1964 Wide
Mar 4, 2003
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Some would consider this version better than the 1971 remake with Charlton Heston, The Omega Man, but that isn't much of an achievement.
The Last Man on Earth is indeed about both life and death, creation and destruction, and the fact that each facet is as grim and uninviting as the next is a chilling statement on the way things once were and the way they might one day become.
This first-ever adaptation of Richard Matheson's novel I Am Legend is easily the most faithful of the three; unfortunately, it is also the least entertaining.
price is grand
Price retrata com talento a angústia e o cansaço de seu personagem, mas os vampiros ridiculamente estúpidos e a dublagem capenga boicotam seus esforços.
Where the film fails as a narrative - and it fails rather mightily in places - it succeeds as a mood piece.
A chilling study of loneliness and an acting tour de force for Price as the last survivor of a dead race, and not exactly the feel-good movie of 1964.
Worth seeing for fans of older genre movies, even though the film's pacing is often a bit too languid for its own good.
One of Vincent Price most peculiar films, made in Italy, with poor dubbing of the Italian actors and cheesy special effects
Lesser known Price yarn has its moments.
If you are a fan of the way Vincent engages such tacky post-apocalypse fantasy subjects, this one should catch your fancy.
Flawed, but nicely grim sci-fi horror with a miscast Price
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