Death Ship (1980)
Average Rating: 4.2/10
Reviews Counted: 5
Fresh: 1 | Rotten: 4
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Release Date: Apr 4, 1980 Wide
Average Rating: 2.9/5
User Ratings: 616
After a passenger liner is rammed and sunk by a derelict German freighter from World War II, the handful of survivors (which include George Kennedy and Richard Crenna) manage to board the unmanned hulk but soon discover that their perils have just begun. Apparently the freighter served as a kind of floating Nazi torture dungeon, and its corridors and bulkheads have somehow become imbued with the very forces of evil that once tormented its captive cargo. When the rather lethargic resident ghosts
Apr 4, 1980 Wide
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For a low-wattage chiller with a few famous faces, Death Ship is entertaining, evoking an era when all a movie needed was a rusted boat and George Kennedy as a possessed Nazi to entice ticket buyers into theaters.
It's not that bad considering how bad it could have been, and only distinguishes itself by colorful death scenes and how unintentionally funny it is.
Rafkoff é o típico cineasta que se orgulha de ser picareta: além de ser incapaz de criar um único plano razoável, ele ainda rouba imagens de outras produções, provando ser discípulo fiel de Ed Wood.
Gritty, goopy tale of rusting ships and Nazi ghosts.
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