The Ghost Galleon (1974)

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The living corpses of the Satan-worshiping Knights Templar hunt for human victims in a 16th century galleon.


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  • Bárbara Rey in The Ghost Galleon (1974)
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10 April 2000 | BaronBl00d
Murder Ahoy!
The Knights Templar, the hooded blind dead brought to life so vividly in Tombs of the Blind Dead and The Return of the Blind Dead by Amando d'Ossorio, are back to reek their vengeance upon the living. This time the setting is a galleon from the 16th century that only appears to small watercraft. The plot is pretty typical as a pair of models on a boat hook up with the galleon as it comes out of a consuming fog and mist. They disappear and others go after them. We eventually learn that the ship is centuries old traveling in its own time field. The prey, as with most Ossorio films, is filled with beautiful, bikini-clad women warbling out their death-screams, thus alerting their predators of their whereabouts. Atmosphere over plot to be sure here, and the film does pretty good as a suspense vehicle. The special effects...well they are not too special. The ship is quite effective in close-ups and mid-shots, but long shots reveal that it is nothing more than a model. The acting is pretty typical of such films, but certainly not detracting in any way. All in all this is a fine edition to the Blind Dead series....not the best...but entertaining nonetheless.

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