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bizarre but interesting B horror pic
this is like a more racist cousin of tourneur's classic 'i walked with a zombie'. dorothy burgess is haunted by the drums of her island home because she was initiated into a voodoo cult as a young child. at one point it looked like she might lead a revolution against her own family, the only white people on the island. i hoped for this outcome but all in vain. cheesy but entertaining i guess
Nice Columbia Horror Flick--Intriguing obscurity!!
Completely ridiculous tale of a woman being totally transfixed by da voodoo drums! She insists on going back to the natives (or, the "blacks", one of many, many racial stereotypes this film has to offer) to hear the beats again! Her husband, child and her nanny accompany her, but will it be too late to save her? Plenty of tastelessness abounds, especially the end, huzzah for child sacrifice!
what a sketch uncle. if he really wanted to help her he would have been up front with her husband.
The racism and highly negative and exaggerated view of Voodoo is kind of distracting but the music is good (though there should have been more of it). It makes for a good spooky and atmospheric background while doing other things.