"Days of Fury" gives us 90 minutes of tornadoes, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, tidal waves, locust swarms, fires, floods, plane crashes, racing accidents, point-blank assassinations, riots and baby seal clubbings. Not the film to watch when you need something to pick you up, that's for sure. Some of it is shocking or morbidly fascinating, but much of it is exploitative or just plain boring. The footage was obviously collected from a lot of different sources, and it is often blurry or jerky. Vincent Price provides the portentous narration, and also a few ironic comments that could be fun in a fictional horror film but can be hard to take when they are referring to real events. (*1/2)
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