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Death Line ( Raw Meat ) (1973) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

12287

Avg. Rating:

2.44/4

# of Ratings:

8

Genres:

Horror

Rating:

NR

Language:

English

Theater Date:

09/01/1973

Director:

Gary Sherman

Actors:

Donald Pleasence
Norman Rossington
David Ladd
Sharon Gurney
Hugh Armstrong
June Turner

 

 

 

 

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dukeakasmudge 10/12/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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4/4 

A great British horror flick.If you like this movie then youll definitely like Creep as well

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kcvidkid 09/03/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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2.5/4 

I remember seeing the cover box for "Raw Meat", aka "Death Line", over the years in my video stores, but there was never anything that caused me to watch it. However, in recent research, it sounded like a "classic" British horror flick that I should see. It just left me scratching my head, though. Hard to understand and murky, it was a disappointment. It's an odd movie that comes across highbrow, yet with some real gore thrown in. I guess I admire it's realistic approach from the viewpoint of the police. And the setup is intriguing. But it just didn't come together for me in the end.

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05/14/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Mind the doors

Evil creatures are lurking in the tunnels of London Underground, but enough of the staff. Passengers are disappearing from Russell Square station, close to where some construction workers were rumoured to have been buried alive during the creation of the Piccadilly Line.

The unlikely spectre of Hieronymus Bosch hovers over the film, notably in the tunnels. And one of of the Dutchman's paintings is discovered in the house of a victim. The scenes underground are the real strength of the film, conveying a terrific sense of dread thanks to some brilliant lighting and photography. Upstairs, however, there's a threat on three fronts: bad British acting, clunky dialogue and Afghan coats.

This is a long way from being a classic but the film's aforementioned strength's just about overcome it...

Rating of
2.5/4 

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