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Mostly forgotten thriller that is rarely shown on TV nor has it been available on DVD. Odd because this is Stanwyck's final film (everything after that was TV), it is William Castle as director after all, and the other cast are memorable. Twist ending, lots of screams, dream sequences, etc.
The 57-year-old Barbara Stanwyck,in her last theatrical appearance, co-stars with her real-life 53-year-old husband of eleven years, Robert Taylor, whom she divorced before filming. They previously, before their marriage, made two films together.
For those looking for the film's pros: theÂ opening animated montage isamusing and the wedding ceremony taking place in a deserted chapel filled withÂ mannequins is chilling.
Extraño film , sobreactuado , a su favor algunas buenas escenas de suspense
***Due to the recent RT changes that have basically ruined my past reviews, I am mostly only giving a rating rather than a full review.***
Let's Scare Barbara To Death--Pleasent Dreams!!
There were some decent mannequin related frights and the 'click-click' of Howard's cane was a little spooky but there were no sustained or lasting scares. I did like the cast. The recurring theme music, while annoying at first, actually enhanced the movie later. The wrap-up of this whodunit was okay in a Scooby-Doo kind of way.
Love William Castle and This Is a CALSSIC!
One of William Castle's more interesting films. With another screenplay from Robert Bloch, this movie is one part Twilight Zone, one part Vertigo, and all parts William Castle. This is one of his better efforts and I did find some creepiness to it, which rarely happens to me. It is far better than his previous effort I Saw What You Did.
One of William Castle's more interesting films. With another screenplay from Robert Bloch, this movie is one part Twilight Zone, one part Vertigo and all parts Castle. This is one of William's better efforts and I did find some creepyness to it, which rarely happens to me. It is far better than his previous effort I Saw What You Did.
Pretty good film noir.