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One of Tod Slaughter's best films is this horror melodrama where he is excellent as a man who has taken another person's identity in order to claim an inheritance.
An excellent Western (probably Clint's best after "Unforgiven") about a man becoming a myth. Intelligent and emotional, this is more than a "shoot 'em up". Very recommended
A masterpiece of horror. Director Jacques tourneur transforms what at first sight is another 50s Monster film into an intelligent masterpiece of horror and suspense.
Well done mindless fun.
Fun and cute. Nothing really amazing, although it is commendable the effort done to avoid the clichÃ©s of the genre
A powerful, nightmarish experience about an alienated artist suffering from hallucinations. It's a very beautiful, albeit disturbing horror film.
Despite being predictable and kind of corny, it is not bad for a romantic comedy. Just don't expect anything life-chaging
Quirky mix of screwball comedy and horror. Karloff and Lorre are the highlights of the film, but while not a bad movie, it's essentially a poor man's version of "Arsenic and Old Lace"
Karloff, Rathbone and Price in a minor role, what else can one want from this epic mix of horror and historic melodrama? Well, at times it feels very slow and it's hard to identify so many characters, but it's a very entertainign film with great performances. It's good, but I think that something was missing.
Vampirism meets the French New Wave. That's how one could describe this surreal and bizarre horror movie. The debut of Jean Rollin is weird and uneven (it started as a short, then producers told Rollin to expand the story) but one thing is sure: Rollin has a great eye to create beautiful images.
Very good for a rejected pilot, it could had been a great TV series as it recaptures the spirit of Universal's Golden Age of horror.
Not really good, but in all honesty, it looks like at least they really tried. It's like a horror version of "Rebecca", where the new wife of a wealthy man is terrorized by the ghost of her husband's first wife. Not bad, just painfully mediocre.
Good Karloff movie about a scientist who becomes a killer after an experiment goes wrong. It's kind of slow and clichÃ©d, but Karloff makes it work. Edward Van Sloan is a welcomed addition to the cast too.
A wild satire about a young man who discovers that his wealthy family is into darker things among the high society. It's fun and has some very creepy effects.
Done with superb Noir style, this movie is a fictionalized account of the Black Dahlia case, focusing on how it slowly corrupts and consumes two detectives assigned to the case. Its plot is messy, but it's a beautiful mess.
While Bela Lugosi is still at his best, the rest of the movie is quite poor, although the script has some originality going for it. Not really a bad movie, just slightly average.
Bizarre mix of horror and comedy done in the surreal style of Jodorowsky (director Juan Lopez Moctezuma was a close collaborator of the famous Chilean filmmaker). It's slow and definitely bizarre, but it's quite funny in all its quirkyness. Just don't expect it to be another "Alucarda".
Remarkable entry in British Gothic horror which chronicles a man's descend into madness as he gets obsessed with an arcane secret to winning at cards. It's final 30 minutes are simply glorious.
Based on the life of British writer Beatrix Potter, this is a terrific movie that once again proves that Zellweger has a great talent that shines when directed well. The movie covers the most important facts about Beatrix Potter and offers good insight into her influential life.
While entertaining, this sequel lacks the charming freshness and originality of the first, and is basically a rehash of everything thast worked in the first one, although it's obvious than it's writing of a lesser quality.