Nostradamus y el destructor de monstruos (1962)

  |  Horror, Mystery, Thriller


Nostradamus y el destructor de monstruos (1962) Poster

A professor and a vampire hunter join forces to destroy the murderous vampire Nostradamus and his minions.


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27 August 2012 | kannibalcorpsegrinder
8
| Entertaining without previous-entry viewing
A resurrected vampire taunts a vampire hunter with premonitions of his future deeds daring him to both stop his actions as well as rescue several children held in his possession.

Not all that bad of an entry, but seeing as how this belongs into a series of films of which this is the second entry makes the story a little weird to follow, as it both starts off in the middle of an action scene and ends with a cliffhanger to set up the next one, so it's a bit confusing to make sense of it all what with his motivations being somewhat clouded and the film centering more on everyone talking about trying to stop him rather than springing to action so it's a bit of a lag in the middle segments. Even still, the Gothic castle where he hides out is really atmospheric, it allows for some nice suspenseful stalking scenes as a hunchback chases the escaping kids through the catacombs of the basement and the scenes in the morgue with the reviving victim are pretty chilling. All in all, it's not a bad entry.

Today's Rating/PG: Violence and children-in-jeopardy

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Horror | Mystery | Thriller

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1962

Language

Spanish


Country of Origin

Mexico

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Mexico

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