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Blood Beast Terror [Blu-ray] [Import anglais]

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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Peter Cushing, Robert Flemying, Wanda Ventham
  • Réalisateurs : Vernon Sewell
  • Format : Import
  • Audio : Anglais
  • Région : Région B/2 (Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.)
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Ais
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 13 novembre 2012
  • Durée : 88 minutes
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  • ASIN: B008IEMY54
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Peter Cushing (Dracula, Star Wars)and Wanda Ventham (U F.O, The Lotus Eaters.) star in this spine chilling 1968 British horror classic, directed by Vernon Sewell (Curse Of The Crimson Altar, Burke & Hare). Six young men have been brutally murdered, their throats torn to ribbons and drained of all blood. The sole witness has been consigned to a lunatic asylum, raving about something terrible with gigantic wings... Suspecting that some sort of giant bird of prey may be loose, Inspector Quennell (Peter Cushing) turns to local zoologist Dr. Mallinger (Robert Flemyng) and his beautiful daughter Clare (Wanda Ventham) for help in solving the case. But Mallinger has terrible secrets all of his own secrets that may soon endanger both Quennell and his innocent young daughter Meg (Vanessa Howard)...With a chillingly inventive script by Hammer s Peter Bryan (The Plague Of The Zombies, The Hound Of The Baskervilles), this acclaimed Tigon British production has been extensively digitally remastered and restored for its first-ever Blu-Ray release. Brand New 2K Restoration at BBC Post Production and Studios from the original 35mm Interpostive | Remastered Uncompressed Original Mono Soundtrack | Audio Commentary by 'English Gothic' author Jonathan Rigby and Peter Cushing biographer David Miller | Interview with Wanda Ventham | Theatrical Trailer | Stills Gallery.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Highly Underrated Film 18 mai 2016
Par Rainey Dawn - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I really see no different from this film and other horror films starring the great Peter Cushing. Nor do I see a difference in shape-shifting to a (were)wolf or a moth or a bat - it's still horror and this one is done tastefully as I would expect from a Peter Cushing film of this time era.

Beautiful Gothic imagery, a good suspenseful inspector/detective story blended in quite well with the horror we see on screen. I love some of the music in this film as well - works quite well - eerie sounding. The acting is good - it's as if the actors really believe they are the characters and this really is happening - just the way it is suppose to be, very convincing.

Good late night film - I quite enjoyed this one.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Peter Cushing's Worst Movie (In His Opinion)... 5 novembre 2013
Par Chip Kaufmann - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
...but it really isn't. That honor must go to LAND OF THE MINOTAUR/THE DEVIL'S MEN or the obscure Canadian anthology film THE UNCANNY. What Cushing probably meant was that this was the worst script he'd ever seen and it's bad but not THAT bad. Cushing and co-star Robert Flemyng (THE HORRIBLE DR HICHCOCK) liven up the proceedings by either injecting very dry humor into some of their line readings or keeping a complete poker face during others. This lends an aura of credibility to THE BLOOD BEAST TERROR (an OK title but it beats the alternate one which is THE VAMPIRE BEAST CRAVES BLOOD) that will either delight Anglophiles like me or have other horror fans reaching for the 2X button on their remotes. If you're a fan of Hammer Horror, then this ersatz version from Tony Tenser's Tigon Productions will have a lot more cache'. The director, Vernon Sewell, would later give us the bad but enjoyable CURSE OF THE CRIMSON ALTAR and the just plain bad BURKE & HARE after which he retired.

BLOOD BEAST is basically a ripoff of Hammer's THE REPTILE which was made the year before. Victorian entymologist (Flemyng) has a daughter (Wanda Ventham - CAPTAIN KRONOS: VAMPIRE HUNTER) who turns into, not a snake woman, but a Death's Head Moth woman. The difference this time around is that the father does it to his daughter himself (rather like Hawthorne's RAPPACINI'S DAUGHTER) instead of it being done to her by outsiders. Cushing is a police inspector investigating a series of bloody murders which have been committed by an unknown assailant. The father is helpful at first but then tries to impede Cushing's progress. Everything builds quite nicely until it's time to fully unveil the monster. Unfortunately the make-up job makes Roger Corman's WASP WOMAN look really high tech and the ending is abrupt and unsatisfactory. This is another fine job from the folks at Redemption with a beautiful transfer of a quality print but most people's reaction will be, why bother?
4.0 étoiles sur 5 That’s a mighty big moth!!! 6 octobre 2016
Par Einsatz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I bought this DVD because it starred Peter Cushing and I thought the premise sounded intriguing. It takes place in 19th century England. A series of unsolved murders have occurred in the countryside near London. The victims were all men of a certain age. Their throats were torn open and they were drained of every ounce of blood. The only witness to see the killer was driven insane at the sight of it. “The eyes, the eyes!!!” Prompting Detective Inspector Quennell (Peter Cushing) to get involved. His investigation leads him to a mad scientist who is always angry at someone for something (he’s not above slapping a student for a harmless prank). It is soon evident that this scientist is not what he claims to be and neither is his so-called daughter (Wanda Ventham). What are they trying to hide?

Not bad for its type (a pseudo-vampire flick). At least Peter Cushing was great as always. But the horror element could have been jazzed up a notch or two more than it was. Still, it was entertaining.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 There was a movie about death's head moths before silence of the lambs? 9 février 2017
Par Alison Berry - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Supposedly this is Cushing's least favorite film that he ever made, and honestly I think he's being a bit hard on himself. Besides, that's probably Scream & Scream Again. The main problem is that the concept isn't executed as well as it could be. SPOILERS: Insect monsters! There's some notable Insect Monster media (The Fly, InSexts, hell even Kafka) that is truly horrifying. I don't think the technology was there to adequately convey the body horror aspect, and the writers could have gone a lot farther with the gender implications. The ending definitely falls flat, and feels very unimpressive. But the detective story leading up to it is interesting! Cushing flexes some of those Sherlock muscles. I'd totally be down for a modern remake of this, in a more explicitly Gothic Horror vein (looking at you, Del Toro).
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Good Blu-ray of an odd movie...that stars Peter Cushing! 20 mars 2016
Par SVH_Man - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray Achat vérifié
This Redemption Blu-ray looks and mostly sounds terrific. Right around the part where the specimen collector comes to town, back from Africa, there's a noticeable mechanical hum, but otherwise the sound is good. I suppose this monster was inspired by the scary mothman stories coming out of Point Pleasant in the years immediately preceding the release of The Blood Beast Terror. Dr. Mallinger (Robert Flemying) says he created the creature. How he did this is never fully explained. Peter Cushing is excellent as Detective Inspector Quenelle. He actually figures out what's doing the killing...somehow. The morgue attendant is quite unusual and fun, which makes this film even more odd. Interesting...I wish I'd seen it in 1968. It would have been like no other films of that time. There were no other monsters like this on screen, that I can think of right now, until 2002. Fantasy/Science Fiction/Horror...maybe Myth -- I'm glad to have finally seen this. Looks good.
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