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La cripta e l'incubo (Crypt of the Vampire)(Terror in the Crypt) (1964)

La cripta e l'incubo (Crypt of the Vampire)(Terror in the Crypt) (1964)

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Christopher Lee heads the cast of this obscure Italian-Spanish scare opera. The setting is an old house, which is festooned with secret passages and forbidden rooms. As it turns out, some of the residents are practitioners of witchcraft

Cast

Donald Sutherland
as Sergent Paul/Witch/Old Man
Renato Terra
as Policeman
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This movie is spooky, atmospheric, and has Christopher Lee. I really enjoyed seeing it on TV.

Aj V
Aj V

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Interesting old restored film staring Christopher Lee and Donald Sutherland (in a 3 part role.) The castle is great -- I just love old castles. Lee plays a count who has a passion for taxidermy, of the human kind. He discovers some plant substance that can freeze animals, plants, and people without embalming. They stay in a frozen life like state... forever? I guess. Worst scene: When the count's hinchman chases the the gypsy dwarf to the top of the castle and proceeds to throw one of the worst stunt-dummies I've ever seen from the rooftop. Sutherland fans might enjoy this early film as he plays a policeman, witch, and an old man. [img]http://img177.imageshack.us/img177/1953/rottentomatore8.jpg[/img]

Woody Woodrow
Woody Woodrow

[img]http://images.rottentomatoes.com/images/movie/coverv/20/205320.jpg[/img]The fetching Venetia Stevenson stars in this horror film as Nan Barlow, a young college student who is writing a paper on witchcraft. On winter break, Nan travels to New England to do some research and, on one of her professor's recommendations, stays in a small hotel run by the spirit of an undead witch. Soon, Nan finds that rest of the hotels boarders are witches as well and that she is about to become their annual Candalmas Eve sacrifice. Atmospheric and genuinely scary, HORROR HOTEL stars the inimitable Christopher Lee. [size=3]Mediocre horror film. :rotten: [/size] [size=3][b]Crypt of Horror[/b] (1963) [/size][size=3]An Italian horror film in which a witch curses a count, claiming one of his own children will avenge her death. Years later, he fears his own daughter may be the one. AKA "Terror in the Crypt." Pretty mediocre old horror flick. One thing that I found interesting tho was the lesbian subtext. The count's daughter, bored & lonely in her castle living with her father played by Christopher Lee is tormented by nightmares. Lee hires an investigator because he suspects his daughter is going to fullful this old curse that he will be killed by a member of his family. At first the lonely daughter seems mildly interested in the handsome investigator, who at the moment when he's about to kiss her, a stranger arrives in a horse drawn carriage. A beautiful blonde woman who seems ill, the count's daughter is obviously very taken with the beautiful blonde, and readily takes her in. Her interest in the investigator immediately dissolves and there are moments where the 2 women give each other erotic glances and they seem on the verge of kissing. Not surprisingly this is about as far as it goes, I won't give away the ending, but of course it's the handsome investigator guy to the rescue and the homoerotic element is nothing more but a tease. [/size]

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