Dr Terrors House Of Horrors details
|Starring:||Michael Gough, Peter Cushing, Bernard Lee, Ursula Howells, Roy Castle, Jeremy Kemp, Alan Freeman, Max Adrian, Donald Sutherland, Kenny Lynch|
Dr Terrors House Of Horrors
|Run time:||1 hour 38 minutes|
|Rental release:||27 Oct 2003|
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The Verdict Is.....By Scott Muir from Edinburgh,Scotland. , 01 May 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]Well look at the all star cast.Roy Castle (R.I.P),Peter F***ing Cushing, Donald Sutherland, Christopher Lee. Superb. It's not scary in the slightest but the whole film is a joy to watch.Definitely a must see for people who liike modern day scary films with non acting teens in it just to see what a good film should be like.Setting the tone and the mood from the very start and not trying to fool people with pathetic twists in the tale.Films like this were made for viewing pleasure and not box office money.The whole eerie setting, the superb acting, the jittery train, the twist in the tale, everything was fantastic.A must watch for any Hammer Horror enthusiast as this definitely scrubs up with the best of them even though its not Hammer.
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Not the best, but some very familiar faces.By Scifan (8 reviews) from Edinburgh , 11 Jan 2013There are far better examples of British horror films than this but an Interesting cast makes it worthwhile to watch though. Includes radio DJ Alan 'Fluff' Freeman, a very young Roy Castle, Donald Sutherland, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Bernard Lee ( M in Bond movies ) and Kenny Lynch ( actor, entertainer, songwriter, singer )
train of horrorBy juradino (815 reviews) from London , 13 May 2012Classic horror in which 5 strangers in same train compartment are predicted their future with tarot cards. Architect, musician, art critic, doctor and family man encounter werewolf, vampires, voodoo, cannibal plant and black magic and ultimately untimely death. If you like Vault of Horror or Tales from the Crypt this is essential viewing.
stylish little portmanteauBy DorkKnight (58 reviews) from London , 06 Jul 2011sharp, pulpish the bookended themes are classic and the ending genuinely unnerving.
However I could not find the commentary extra on the dvd, maybe it was late But the trailers for other features are classic
I await an Amicus boxed set with baited breath
ExcellentBy a customer from England , 01 Nov 2010Not scary, but classic short horror stories.
lovable cr#pBy onion (345 reviews) from leeds , 24 Aug 2010That says it all. Not scary or really that good but I wouldn't mind stumbling across this on a Sunday morning with a hangover.