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It! (Anger of the Golem)(Curse of the Golem) Reviews

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November 7, 2016
This one is worth seeing if only for McDowall's sterling performance. During the 60's and 70's he had a corner on the market of the crazy you could love. Perkins was always just a bit to white bread, whereas McDowall was full blooded and had a streak of pathos.
½ October 7, 2013
too much like Norman Bates and the superior 'psycho!"
June 20, 2013
Filme ligeiramente imbecil sobre um golem amaldiçoado tenta provar que alguns homens estão dispostos a tudo por poder e mulheres bonitas, mas conseguiu mesmo bem foi deixar-me a dormir duas vezes.
October 21, 2012
Roddy McDowall is great as a power mad curator of an English museum who gains mastery of the Golem. His obsession with Jill Haworth leads to murder and kidnapping and a climax that has to be seen to be believed. It's a fun film, filled with lots of gruesome deaths and one of my favorite Roddy McDowall films.
½ July 22, 2012
horor klasika! ova e horor,a ne ovie novite bez nikakov shmek. inace glumi Roddy McDowall od orginalnite Planet of the Apes (Cornelius,Caesar)...
½ July 8, 2012
Norman Bates has a Golem--Feeble!!
½ March 31, 2012
Execution-lacking, but with good ideas. It's nice to see Roddy McDowell stretch his acting legs a bit though.
November 12, 2011
I haven't thought if this in YEARS!

Its a classic of sorts:
a psycho-dude with a dead-mother makes a Golem to wreak-havoc on his tormenters.

A little like Willard (The Ratman Diaries) at least in the sense that the psycho-guy is young and weak and wants total revenge.
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½ February 9, 2011
Execution-lacking, but with good ideas. It's nice to see Roddy McDowell stretch his acting legs a bit though.
Super Reviewer
December 6, 2010
This movie takes the Golem from the 20s movies and puts him in a museum where he is found by Roddy McDowall's character who brings him to life and wreaks havoc. I loved it.
½ October 27, 2010
Roddy McDowall takes a decent pass at some Norman Bates area of material as an unhinged young assistant curator of a museum who lives with his mother's corpse. Things get dramatically more unhinged when he realizes that the Golem in the museum is obeying his whims, building to a somewhat ridiculous climax.

Rental?
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