The Headless Ghost
Three teenagers encounter a ghost who is in limbo until he retrieves his lost head. They do their bit to help him find it.
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Mayank F (gb) wrote: good plot........though it was intended to be very much hollywood. Most of the cast was suffering for a hit before this one. they acted well and took this one to a sequel
Chetan (es) wrote: 5 stars goes to the song "aao na". I watched the film for the song only.
Greg F (jp) wrote: Not much to see here - basically a disappointment for all involved.
Gabriel A (ag) wrote: Tenta ser profundo, mas no aranha a superfcie. S h lampejos de um grande filme, o final e frio e distante.
Alex r (ca) wrote: Mario Bava's Black Sabbath is a definite horror classic. This horror film is an anthology with three terrific, horrifying stories. Brilliantly directed with a good dose of atmospheric dread for each story, and narrated by legendary horror icon, Boris Karloff; Black Sabbath is an effectively chilling horror anthology and is one of the best horror anthologies that I have seen in quite some time. Black Sabbath has got three stories that will terrify you. Each story is brilliantly acted and leaves you in a state of dread. My personal favorite of the three stories is the third one, "The drop of water"; I thought that was the most chilling of all. A woman is haunted by the vengeful ghost of a dead medium after she steals a sapphire ring from her finger. The moments of that story are chilling and are some of the most terrifying in the horror genre. Mario Bava has made one of the best anthologies with Black Sabbath and this is a must see classic for horror fans. The stories are chilling, and they definitely build up good tension and a feeling of dread in the viewer. This is a terrific horror film and I consider one of the key Italian horror films. This is a well constructed horror film, one that is chilling and memorable. The film is brilliantly acted and directed and the stories are terrifying and original. As far as horror anthologies are concerned, Black Sabbath is by far one of the best that has ever been filmed. If you haven't seen this classic, then you should head to your local video store and rent it, you'll be in for one terrifying night of eerie and bone chilling stories.
Alec G (us) wrote: Not well acted, to say the least.
Anna B (ru) wrote: Alright, that Vivian Leigh bait-and-switch is historically great storytelling, and filmmaking. There's no question. The rest of the movie, though? It's pretty good. Everything I read says that Hitch was obsessed with keeping the final twist a secret, but I get the sense that he was more concerned with making it seem like Leigh is the protagonist so as to heighten the impact of that shower scene. Of course it works, like gangbusters (I can only imagine the incredible shock one would have received watching this thing blind), but he seems to lose a little interest after that, and it becomes something a little more conventional, and even sometimes bad, specifically with the psychiatrist who will simply not shut the fuck up.
Issac L (it) wrote: Howard Hawks' western venture starring Wayne and Clift (his career debut indeed) as two plumb opposite types of men from almost every aspect, lead a mighty cattle migration in the vast prairie and notably to stride across the red river, but en route, the bigoted Thomas (Wayne) slowly loses his trust among his crew, and dissent emerges, eventually his adopted son Matthew (Clift) has to oust Thomas in order to finish their drive to the right destination, an ultimate chase from Thomas will heighten the drama to its peak. To say nothing of the deployment of the night stampede rumpus, plainly wielding such a massive quantity of cattle is undisputedly taxing for the crew meanwhile an awe-inspiring spectacle for its audiences in the primitive black and white. All along this laborious trek, there are presumable threats looming large (native Indians or borderline gangsters), but what's fatal to the solidarity is the disruption from within, Thomas is a hard-bitten fogey, his tyrannical domination of the bunch is short-sighted, but in propria persona, he is not a loathsome character (at least not as he assumes to be), he has a wound in his heart, a responsibility to shield his properties, and a paternal attachment to Matthew, so he takes the mutiny too seriously and there is a death wish in his heart to sacrifice and sublimate himself to a higher cause of love, very stupid and rather egotistic in hindsight, but probably is the fashion for the sake of manhood during the time within a tunnel vision. However, rather interestingly Matthew represents exactly another fashion of manhood, a percipient, tender-hearted gunslinger with a slender figure and an appealing face, exuding an irresistible sex appeal which panders to meet more modern eyes. Thus the conflict can also be reckoned as a combat between these two sorts of aesthetics, yet, in my humble opinion, the biggest letdown is the hasty ending, in the brink of an eye, a gratuitous buffer (a babbling Dru) abruptly jumps into the foreground and lambastes them in a most comic way which is not align with the wholesome tone whatsoever, then everything has been miraculously resolved, what an inadequate happy ending and an overkill to all the tension amassed for almost 2 hours. Anyway, it is a solid western picture and Wayne even proves to be a qualified thespian against a ravishing Clift, Brennan is the comic relief and Dru is literally redundant with a ridiculous and belly-laughing reaction after being shot in the shoulder by an arrow. But the most LOL reference is a tacit pun comes alive with Ireland's banter with Clift - "There is a good-looking gun you were about to use back there, can I see it? Maybe you'd like to see mine!", hell yeah, no one can resist that!
Nathan W (kr) wrote: Tarantino is unlike anyone else and this is another example of his work, full and rich in dialogue but a great story. A great cast and some brilliant performances.