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Any particular favorites of his films? Or if you can't stand him or his work that's okay too. Tell me why you can't stand his films. Quote Post by Mr. I am mostly familar with the horror films and have the Volume One set. I have not seen much of his other films. If you would like to reccomend something, feel free.
Arkadian, I just ordered the second set myself and am curious to see several of those films for the first time in ages. As I mentioned in the first post I would definitely reccomend Danger Diabolik! John Phillip Law plays a super villain who is right up there on the cool scale with James Bond, and he has more gadgets.
The sets and costumes are stunning and there is a fantastic scene where one of the "heroes" is literally swimming in money. A great, fun film that captures the spirit of spy films of the sixties.
Another treat, if you're a fan of Peblum movies at all, is Hercules in the Haunted World. There were hundreds of Hercules knock offs in the early sixties, and most of them were garbage, but this one is visually inventive and a treat for the eyes. Erik the Viking is another interesting choice worth seeing. Which film in the first DVD set was your favorite? Chris The only bad movie is no movie at all.
I had seen both of those before, my favorite being Black Sunday. I also like Black Sabbath the band as well. Sorry, Just had to throw that one in.
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Many found her to be a beauty, and if photographed from the right angle she was, but she could sure look scary at times without the help of much make-up. She was ideal for that movie. All the errors the one doctor must make to bring the vampire woman back from the dead ultimately became comic for me.
Also, the castle seems to have more secret passages than rooms for the use of living people, and when the Orthodox priest complained about how hard it was to read Cyrillic I stopped taking the film seriously. Okay, I know Bava wasn't responsible for the subtitles, but still My heresies continue I like "The Telephone," although I know it was seriously cut for American release. However, to me the glory of "Black Sabbath" is "The Wurdulak. Karloff is masterful as the evil patriarch, and I just find this episode a dark gem.
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People that follow his career and enjoy his films tend to look at most of them as incomplete masterpieces. There are parts of each of his films that are wonderful, and there are parts that he didn't seem to lavish his normal attention to. The fans of his work that I talk to can rarely agree on what is his best film, even their top 5 lists vary greatly. I think he was very flawed as a filmmaker, but each movie has at least a few scenes that make the movie a worthwhile visit. His concentration on the visuals, as a priority over character development, will always leave the end result less than perfect.
I much prefer "Inferno" to "Suspira," in which the heroine destroys years of black magic by one stab with a holy hatpin which the evil witches just happened to keep on hand. Last edited by Mr. Arkadin on November 8th, , pm, edited 1 time in total.
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