Scream and Scream Again (Screamer) (1970)
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as Dr. Browning
as Maj. Benedict Heinrich
as Superintendent Bellaver
as David Sorel
as Helen Bradford
as Prof. Kingsmill
as Detective Sgt . Jimmy Joyce
as Ken Sparten
as Detective Inspector Strickland
Critic Reviews for Scream and Scream Again (Screamer)
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A movie that offered the titanic teaming of horror superstars Vincent Price, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing should have been a classic; instead, we're saddled with this sloppy and mean-spirited endeavor.
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High camp horrorfest starring Vincent Price and Christopher Lee.
Audience Reviews for Scream and Scream Again (Screamer)
Scream and Scream Again is a truly bizarre and twisted piece of horror cinema that doesn't ultimately work as well as it might have. Still, it is an intensely enjoyable B-Movie featuring Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, and Peter Cushing--Cushing only appears briefly however. Essentially, the film is a police procedural in which cops try to track down a psycho who has been picking up young women from clubs and killing them. Once they catch the killer, they realize that he is something more than human and something more than a mere psycho--it points to a much larger conspiracy and totalitarianism. Cheesy, crazy, and fun, Scream and Scream Again is not a high point in the career of its actors, but it is still a delightful evening's worth of entertainment for fans of the Corman and Hammer era of horror.
A movie with Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, and Vincent Price! I was so excited to see this movie, but was really disappointed by the story. The beginning is horrible, the middle is okay but sort of boring, and the end is cool but confusing. Overall not a good movie at all, but it's got a great cast who try their best.
Think about it...Vincent Price...Christopher Lee...Peter Cushing...how can you go wrong? Sadly not even watching those three (all favorites of mine) hamming it up was enough to make this mish-mash of a film enjoyable. Not that I was expecting GREAT things storywise, but I kept waiting for it all to "come together" in some sort of way. But it never really does. While I wouldn't recommend this film to any but the loyalist fans of the three gentlemen mentioned above...I can highly recommend the chessy, groovy, jazzy soundtrack - it was wonderful!
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