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Jonathon Dabell <J.D.@pixie.ntu.ac.uk>
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This is one of those movies I saw as a kid, was terrified by and have been trying to find ever since.
I finally obtained a copy and watched it again for the first time in twenty years.
Until that moment though, I had sought out various opinions of the movie on the internet, the place where everyone has an opinion on everything, and I must say, the majority of comments I recieved were less than encouraging, however my mission would not be swayed.
Now, here I am having seen this obscure little flick again and I must say, it wasnt as bad as all that.
I think the sense of atmosphere and eeriness, while quite tacky, were effective and charming.
One scene that stood out in my mind since that fateful night I watched it as a child, is where Mrs. Morgan eats that poisoned lollie, turns into some creature, is killed and tossed overboard. Ah joyous memories
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