Crucible Of Terror (1972)





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A crazed sculptor (Mike Raven) realizes that his craft is made much easier by simply pouring molten bronze over his beautiful female models. ~ John Bush, Rovi
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Prism Entertainment


James Bolam
as Jack Davies
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August 15, 2005

Audience Reviews for Crucible Of Terror

First movie I ever rented . . .May 7, 1982 for my 11th Birthday Sleepover Party . . . IT SUCKS . . . for less than two minutes at the BITTER END of the film you see "the phoniness" on the front cover. One to Avoid: and this is The Master Speaking. Heed my words. -- NO . . .you be your own judge, for Pete's Sake!

Gordon Terry
Gordon Terry

Very decent British 'who done it' horror flick from 1971. About an insane recluse sculptur/artist, named Victor, who is obsessed with capturing the female form in his work, no matter what it takes. Stars the infamous occultist pirate radio DJ Mike Raven who mysteriously gave up on acting shortly after the making of this little seen gem to become a (get this) SCUPLTUR. Also co-stars a young Ronald Lacey (melting face from the ending of Raiders of the Lost Ark) as Victors alcoholic son. I really liked his role, seemed like a solid chap to me. Recommended for fans of obscure, odd ball 70's horror.

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