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Premonition (1972)

PG | | Horror | 8 November 1972 (USA)
Red flowers cause three college students to have deadly premonitions.

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Tim Ray ...
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Winfrey Hester Hill ...
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Kilrenny
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Diana Daves ...
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Alex Del Zoppo ...
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Doug DiGioia ...
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Michelle Fitzsimmons ...
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Red flowers cause three college students to have deadly premonitions.

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What The HELL?!
19 March 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Yep, this is it.. a new candidate for my worst film of all time. A dopey hippy touches a skeleton of an old Native American while out in the desert with his buddy, and he starts getting disturbing visions. Nothing however, could be as disturbing as this self-indulgent crap, which is wall to wall with bad folk music, painful dialogue and acting so bad it has to been seen to believed. The plot is completely incoherent: Just what is the point of all those endless flashbacks featuring angels? They mean NOTHING.

Never has there been a more annoying on screen presence than the character portrayed by Carl Crow, who is just like Bob Dylan.. except for the intelligence and talent. His mumbling platitudes about life and love will have you climbing the wall in seconds, and we have him to 'thank' for the dreadful opening song. Oh joy.

To be honest, after the first 30 minutes I couldn't stomach anymore of the pain. Off the TV went, and I hurried into the garden to do a spot of weeding. Ignore anybody who says they enjoyed it, because they are lying. This is a movie destined to float through history, unloved and unwanted by everybody. It's only possible function is as an extreme form of torture for enemies of the state. Even then, it might be a bit much.. 0/10


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