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AdvantagesGood campy fun

DisadvantagesNever quite lives up to the great premise

...The Beast Must Die is a somewhat camp (at the very least it teeters on the brink in unsteady fashion) 1974 British horror film from the wonderful Amicus studio directed by Paul Annett and based on James Blish's story There Shall Be No Darkness. In the film wealthy playboy, philanthropist and big game hunter Tom Newcliffe (Calvin Lockhart) invites, as you do, an eclectic group of people to...

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“Cluedo with fangs”

published 17/04/2012

AdvantagesFun premise, some decent actors

DisadvantagesNot terribly exciting

...effort to see as many of them as possible. Year: 1974 Director: Paul Annett Stars: Peter Cushing, Calvin Lockhart More information at: IMDB user rating: 5.7 The Beast Must Die was made by Amicus, the biggest of the small dogs biting at Hammer's ankles. The head of Amicus, Milton Subotsky, didn't like gore (makes you wonder why he made so many...

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Not for me

“John Tucker Must Die”

published 26/10/2009

AdvantagesNot many, although a few comedy moments

DisadvantagesPointless and predictable storyline

...John Tucker Must Die I rarely watch a film the whole through if I don?t enjoy it so there must have been something about the predictability of this film that I enjoyed, although I am yet to discover which part of this 90 minute disaster kept me until the end. John Tucker The film is as you may be able to tell from the incredibly vague (sarcastic) title is an American Teen flick...

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