The Terror (1963)

PG   |    |  Horror, Thriller


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A young officer in Napoleon's Army pursues a mysterious woman to the castle of an elderly Baron.

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  • Jack Nicholson in The Terror (1963)
  • Dick Miller who is mostly known for the legendary roles, Burson Fouch in The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) , Stefan in The Terror (1963) and Pawn Shop Clerk in The Terminator (1984). With the Fright Night Film Festival 2012 Best Foreign Short Film Award Winner Ryota Nakanishi.
  • Jack Nicholson and Sandra Knight in The Terror (1963)
  • Boris Karloff in The Terror (1963)
  • Jack Nicholson in The Terror (1963)
  • Jack Nicholson and Boris Karloff in The Terror (1963)

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11 December 2016 | Hitchcoc
5
| The Movie is at Times a Terro
This is, at times, a decent effort to tell a story. But when budgets get into the mix, things fall apart. I believe this was Nicholson's first film. Roger Corman is the director and how the two hooked up, I don't know. What I do know is that there are so many plots and subplots and errant visuals that half the time we don't know what is going on. I decided years ago that I would watch Karloff and Nicholson do their individual things and not worry about being fulfilled cinematically. They are both classic muggers for the camera. This is a ghost/witch story with people dying and the wrong people accused of killing them and a crazy castle. On and on and on. The film, which is normal length, seems about five hours long.

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