Mary Poppins Returns
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An absolute snooze from start to finish.
I'm not even sure if the movie has a basement in it, but it's a real stinker to be sure.
If you are a Poe fan, then you might have realised that this film is an Adaptation of "The System of Doctor Tarr and Professor Fether." It was clevely done to say the least if you can just ignore the acting. Certainly a cult favourite, highly enjoyable.
The plot about the crazy house inmates who kill people, and the new nurse who unknowingly takes a job there, seemed pretty good at first. The crazy people are kinda creepy, but the plot twist is the best part of the movie. It is a bit disappointing that this movie isn't as violent and suspenseful as it could have been, and there are a lot of useless scenes too. Overall, it was an okay horror movie, though, it's entertaining.
Very nice plot twists and a solid ending. Misleading 70s horror titles are always a gamble, but this one is worth a watch.
DON'T LOOK IN THE BASEMENT was a film that was on the UK's 'Banned Video Nasties' list, but is now finally released in it's uncut form.
The film is about a young newly recruited Nurse who takes up a job in a small Mental Hospital where a small number of patients reside. Soon she discovers that not is all as it seems as mysterious and suspicious events start to take place and eventually discovers that one of the patients isn't who they appear to be.
It's a surprisingly good movie! Helped along by some pretty decent acting for a b-movie, especially by the actors portraying the mental patients, who were very convincing in their roles. The films' print and sound aren't the best, but in a way that adds to the nightmarish feeling of the movie. The plot does unravel a bit slowly, but the varied array of characters make up for it and they make things interesting to keep you watching. And the twist in the plot near the end set's up a memorable, gory, last 15 minutes.
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