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Lord Shango (1975)

R  |   |  Drama, Horror  |  March 1975 (USA)
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A tribal priest returns from the dead to take his revenge on non-believers.

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Marlene Clark ...
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Reverend Slater (as John Raphael R.)
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A tribal priest returns from the dead to take his revenge on non-believers.

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Weird but not wonderful
25 October 2000 | by (Toronto,Ontario) – See all my reviews

Lord Shango is a pretty offbeat story of a woman (Marlene Clark) and the relationships between her, her teen daughter and an odd man who may or may not have odd powers. It doesn't always make sense but it is far more intelligent than you would think. The end result though is not overly satisfying. It's nowhere near as exploitational as say, Blacula or Blackenstein but it's also a lot less well known than those two films. It was filmed down south and has a great sense of atmosphere.


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