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Get those teeth sorted out....,
This review is from: The Beast Within [Dual Format Blu-ray + DVD] (Blu-ray)
So the film starts with a Rosemary's baby type scene, where a woman is molested by a beast, in order to carry on his cycle or something or other...
Flash forward and we have Ronny Cox and family showing off about how he wrote the country and western music for this film and how he will be two of the best films of the Eighties.
For some reason his son is ill, I really didn't understand why, something to do with his pituitary glands, but soon he gets out of bed and starts slaughtering specific people.
Turns out he has the soul of someone with really bad teeth in him, and he is taking revenge...
This movie is bizarre, and mostly awful, the extra star is for the woman who plays Amanda,as she is really easy on the eye, and the hilarious head pull off scene.
The rest of it is abysmal. one tag-line says 'we dare you not to leave your chair for the last thirty minutes'. I now know what they meant.
The transformation scene is okay to begin with, and then it just drags...., and drags......, and drags.
It feels like forever that these people are watching in aghast, this man changing, and it ruins the scene, as does the actor who plays Micheal, as he is just too bloody ugly to pull a girl like Amanda.
There really isn't anything good to say about his, Cox is okay.
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Initial post: 4 Jun 2014 14:23:55 BDT
Nomar G. Nillit says:
The actor Cox was in Ask a Policeman with Asker Arthy. Made at the same time as this. It was released many years later because of censorship issues. I prefer this because of the werewolf. The policeman film had a metal policeman, shooting at baddies like policemen in films do. And Deliverance with Bert Reynolds (Smokey the Bear)
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