The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Intelligent, delicate, and actually frightening.
One of the finest thrillers made in England during the '50s.
It's a beguiling and enveloping tale of the power of the occult and the susceptibility of the human mind to suggestion.
This essay in the occult is handled with much of the assurance the same director brought to Cat People, and is well above average.
Night Of The Demon packs a powerful punch despite featuring no gore or, demon excepted, much in the way of special effects.
A film that survives even its most unsubtle special effects to earn its place as not only one of the great films of British vintage cinema but also a classic supernatural thriller.
As in any Tourneur horror film there are some unforgettably nightmarish sequences.
One of the most intelligent and thoughtful horror films ever made.
Classic with extraordinary atmosphere.
It's a movie that many people remember with affection and respect from their childhoods -- because it scared the crap out of them.
Eerie, low budget horror classic.
As a horror film, there may never have been a better one.
The sad fact that this classic horror movie shows the monster right away in the beginning (against the director's wishes) doesn't eliminate its undeniable qualities, such as an elegant dialogue and an intelligent plot with characters who behave like intelligent people would.
I absolutely loved this horror movie. The story is classic, but also modern. The actors are great. And the ending is way cool. If you've seen the new movie, Drag Me to Hell, you'll see many similarities with this movie.
An early classic. I loved it.
creepy and atmospheric occult thriller with plenty of tourneur's signature style, marred somewhat by campy special effects
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