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One Minute Before Death (1972)

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A woman finds herself possessed by the soul of another woman trapped inside a painting.

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Wanda Hendrix ...
Genevieve Howard
Barry Coe ...
Paul Howard
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Agatha
Ty Haller ...
Robert
D. Goldrick ...
(as Doris Goldrick)
Terence Kelly ...
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Doris Buckinham
Leanna Heckey
Pamela Allen
Jack Ammon
Dax Logan
Ivor Harries ...
(as Ivor Harris)
George Spracklin
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A woman finds herself possessed by the soul of another woman trapped inside a painting.

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If you liked Dark Shadows....
23 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film does contain some of the worst acting (technically-speaking) I have ever seen in my life, yet for some reason, artistically, it somehow fits the spirit of this dis-jointed, utterly bizarre film. If you are a fan of the former cult classic Dark Shadows, this movie creates some of that same spirit. Its quiet at times, as the actors engage in somewhat claustrophobic conversations inside the house. The camera work is very raw, (late sixties held-held stuff). It's worth the purchase, if you can get it at your local dollar store like we did. It was so weird, my wife didn't blink, but sat there stone-faced. You'll probably have the same reaction. Nevertheless, if you want to be scared, then watch it by yourself during a stormy late night. It'll do its job.


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