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Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (The Blood Suckers)

Dr. Terror's House of Horrors (The Blood Suckers) (1965)


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Release Date: Feb 23, 1965 Wide



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Uneven portmanteau horror, but when it works, it's very good.

May 5, 2004
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

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Okay, it's not really a house. It's a train. Even so, it's good, old-fashioned, Hammer-ish, British Horror.
January 24, 2012
Randy Tippy

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A classic British Hammer Horror with interweaving stories full of suspense, intrigue and, well, horror. With a cast to die for including the much loved and sorely misses Roy Castle (Added to the cast last minute when the original actor suffered a heart attack). Brilliant!
October 16, 2009

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The first anthology from Hammer Horror rivals Amicus, and probably their best. All the segments are entertaining, with even the weakest story having it's moments.
The set up is a train journey involving five men and the mysterious Dr Schreck played by Peter Cushing. It turns out Cushing can tell the paasenger's future just by having each man tap three times on his deck of tarot cards. So then precedes each man's fate each involving a nasty but highly enjoyable to us surprise! First up we have a Werewolf terrorising the first victim. Next we have a family with a murderous creeping plant with a mind of it's own. Then, the weakest segment I feel, involving Roy Castle as a jazz musician who doesn't realise the dangers of voodoo. This is the segment where some humour is injected in but doesn't always work. Then one of the best, with Christopher Lee putting in a brilliant performance as a snobbish art critic. Then finally a very young Donald Sutherland, who unbeknown to him is married to a vampire.
If your interested in this sort of 60s/70s horror you will no doubt enjoy this.
June 8, 2009
Emily B.

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