3 Classic Horrors Of The Silver Screen - Vol. 6 - Dementia 13 / Shock / Black Dragons [DVD]
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Triple-bill of cult horror films. 'Dementia 13' (1963) is one of the first films directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Set in a gloomy Irish castle, it follows the hysterical Lady Haloran (Ethne Dunn), grief-stricken after the death of her daughter seven years before, who becomes aware of a mysterious axe-weilding stranger patrolling the grounds of her castle. 'Shock!' (1946) sees Vincent Price give another sinister performance as Dr Cross, a murdering psychiatrist who kills his wife and insinuates his way into the life of the family next door. 'Black Dragons' (1942) is a wartime thriller, where six seemingly disparate men conspire to disrupt the American war effort. The only link between them is their alliegance to Bela Lugosi's sinister plastic surgeon.
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The first movie is 'Dementia 13' (1964) and is arguably the best film here. It's actually marks the directional debut of Francis Ford Coppola and is a nicely paced, genuinely suspenseful film. It's about a strange family who gather to enact a morbid ritual to memorise the death of a drowned sibling. Various members of the family plot whilst an axe murderer is terrorising the grounds. 3.5/5
Shock (1946) is a Vincent Price film and is another worthwhile watch. It's the story of a psychiatrist (Price) who is treating a young woman who is in a coma after she witnessed a murder on her balcony. As she comes out of shock, she recognises Price as the killer. 3/5
Black Dragons (1942) was my least favourite on the disc. It stars Bela Lugosi who plays a Nazi plastic surgeon who travels to Japan to perform face lifts on Japanese spies, making them appear as American industrialists. Worth watching the once. A classic? I don't think so. 2/5
So, here we have three lesser-known horrors of the silver screen in one set and the price makes up for any disappointment about the quality.Read more ›