The Terror

The Terror

DVD - 2014
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The ghostly apparition of a young woman is witnessed by an 18th Century French Lieutenant in Napoleon's army. After two failed attempts to keep up with her, Lt. Andre Duvalier (Nicholson) heads to the castle of Baron Von Leppe (Karloff), where he notices a painting of the Baron's late wife Ilsa, who looks identical to the ghostly woman. Duvalier is now determined to unravel the castle's mystery, and the Baron's hidden secrets. --Container.
Publisher: [Rockport, Massachusetts] : The Film Detective, LLC, [2014]
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (81 min.) : sd., color ; 4 3/4 in
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Oct 16, 2014

Even by b-movie maestro Roger Corman's low standards, this nonsensical horror movie is pretty bad. But, if you're a Corman fan, there's plenty to enjoy, including Boris Karloff, a young, insecure Jack Nicholson, an evil bird, and cheap sets and effects. Second unit work was done by Francis Ford Coppola, Jack Hill ("Foxy Brown"), Monte Hellman ("Two Lane Blacktop") and Nicholson himself. Parts of the film were used in Peter Bogdanovich's first feature, "Targets," which starred Karloff as an aging horror movie star.

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