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The Gorgon (1965) Movie Information

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15193

Avg. Rating:

2.21/4

# of Ratings:

7

Genres:

Fantasy, Horror

Rating:

NR

Language:

English

Theater Date:

02/17/1965

DVD Release:

10/14/2008

Director:

Terence Fisher

Actors:

Christopher Lee
Peter Cushing
Richard Pasco
Michael Goodliffe
Barbara Shelley
Patrick Troughton

 

 

 

 

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Yojimbo 05/21/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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Anyone with an affection for Hammer horror cannot fail to enjoy this; it has the angry torch wielding mob, busty country lasses with bouffants biting the dust left right and centre, gravedigging by moonlight, escaped mental patients, hilarious pseudo-scientific mumbo jumbo and a rural village stalked by a monster from local legend. I personally can take them or leave them, but it's worth watching for Christopher Lee who attacks his role as a Holmes-ian professor with charismatic bluster. And quite possibly the least convincing severed head you're ever likely to see!

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04/15/2008 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Don't be afraid to watch; you won't turn to stone!

During the last three months, I've been obesessed with Hammer Films, collecting and reading as much as I can about them, as well as the British horror movie in general. However, I've not actually watched any of them. When I bought a "bootleg" copy of "The Gorgon" on eBay, I was for some reason eager to watch it right away.

Having read that it was a critical failure and a disappointment even to Hammer fans, I was not expecting much from it. But I was pleasantly surprised. It had all the characteristics I remembered from Hammer: eerie atmosphere, unsettling music, above average acting, a few scares and (of course) Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee.

In general, it's not all that original, following the same formula as any of Hammer's Frankenstein or Dracula movies (from what I can ...

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