Mary Poppins Returns
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So glacial and mild, it's a wonder what the production was actually trying to achieve with its emphasized but underutilized genre elements.
Despite the obviously limited budget and the directors insistence on showing as much naked female flesh as possible I actually thought this was a good little concept for a horror film and the setting (a diused theatre on the end of a pier) worked very well. Of course the whole thing is ridiculous and the so-called 'acting' of this improvisational theatre company is hilarious but you get the feeling that with a little more time, money and effort this could have been a really good British horror. It plays a bit like a mixture of Christie's 'Ten Little Indians' and an Italian Giallo film and that's no bad thing.
This is from the 42nd Street Vol 1. Well Now I know why Dad never took me to 42nd Street. Its the old get a group of people together and they disappear one by one. Nudity ahh yes, One thing about the Women of the 70'ies and 80'ies they didn't have tattoo's all over ther bodies. Some nice T&A shots. But still only one star as I found myself reading the paper during this one.
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