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VERY CHILLING AND GRIPPING
Cheap film which came through as a classic with exceptional casting and editing. Sanders rarely disappoints.
Eerie, creepy, harrowing. Perfect fun entertaining Halloween watch.
The word I'd use to describe Village of the Damned is "eerie." There's an unsettling feeling throughout this whole film, even if it never develops into full-blown terror. It does come off a little silly at some parts, but this is still a unique horror movie that kept me wondering what was going to happen next.
Top notch sci-fi film! Short, taut and riveting in every way. Sanders is fantastic as the star, as are the major players. Yet, what makes this movie so good is the contrast between the realism of the villagers - who come across as if they live in an English village - and the creepy performance of the white-haired children and their hypnotic eyes!
Less is more in a timeless classic.
Being basically the greatest Twilight Zone episode never produced, Village of the Damned truly is a horror classic. Its story is iconic and highly original and although the film is too short and rushed, it is so well plotted, acted and made with terrific effects, excellent dialogue and a superb performance from George Sanders who went against typecasting here and was unusually heroic. The film looks and sounds great and it's filled with a lot of unforgettable scenes.
A cool movie that's surprisingly good and not too long.
Brilliant film. one of the best sci fi movies.
A classic science-fiction movie, and a good one too. This film is compitent for the time and uses a very eerie atmosphere as well as some eerie, creepy sound effects, and a terrific script. It's definitly one of the classics of British cinema, in general. Recommended !!