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Beyond The Fog(1972)

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  • Hot Chicks!

    • Mike
    • 7/12/09

    Ran across this on TCM while waiting for caffiene to wear off. I enjoyed it along with the bare breatsed girls which no one has the balls to show anymore...

  • What a cheesy flick.

    • Rob
    • 7/11/09

    I've seen worse, but can't remember when.This movie is a TOTAL waste of film, time, and DVR space. My advice, don't bother. To quote Marla,The worst-of everything. Would have given it minus,(negative), digit review but not available. iow-a complete and utter FLOP.

  • NOT TO BE MISSED BY HORROR FANS

    • pharrer/Honolulu
    • 12/13/08

    A sterling example of "bad" British-horror cheapies of the 1970s. While Hammer was obsessed with Dracula and Frankenstein, little outfits like Fanfare went all out for the "dark old house" sub-genre. (See David Kalat's article.) Films of this sort play off the viewer's contempt for the story and its 2-dimensional characters in ways that are delicious at times. Thus, the "good" male characters are venal, indecisive weaklings; the females manipulative, predatory and sex-obsessed or lambs to the slaughter (at times, both!) The sets and make-up are enjoyably cheapjack with a murdering monster whose beard is obviously glued on. That said, there are some truly arch touches: Such as a 3,000 year-old altar to the Phoenician god Baal with a hideous idol in the form of a stinkbird, flipping its middle finger at worshippers, surrounded by "priceless" relics. And check out Nora's funky costume (Anna Palk) in brown velveteen, complete with hip-hugging flairs, a jacket slashed by zippers with a big silly collar, a soul-sister slouch hat, and matching velveteen bra! Bad taste was rarely as imaginative as in the '70s.

  • BIG ASSES YUCK

    • Marla
    • 12/13/08

    DO NOT WATCH IT. Only watch it when you are asleep. It is a totally waste of time. The worst movie I ever watched. It is a joke. Grouse. The most disgusting thing is the big ass of one of the male characters. You are better off watching a REAL PORNO. Not that I would watch one. I would have given this movie a minus 3000 or at least ZERO, but they only have 1 as the lowest score, so there you are for all categories. TCM please do not show those kind of movies anymore. Thank you.

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