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Lee Nicholas Harris
Nazis are sent to guard an old, mysterious fortress in a Romanian pass. One of them mistakenly releases an unknown force trapped within the walls. A mysterious stranger senses this from his home in Greece and travels to the keep to vanquish the force. As soldiers are killed, a Jewish man and his daughter (who are both knowledgeable of the keep) are brought in to find out what is happening.Written by
THEY WERE ALL DRAWN TO THE KEEP. The soldiers who brought death. The father and daughter fighting for life. The people who have always feared it. And the one man who knows its secret... THE KEEP Tonight, they will all face the evil.
In the credits, the enemy being is known as Radu Molasar, "Radu" being a Slavic surname. In the source novel, Professor Cuza is led to believe that Molasar is an ancient Romanian aristocrat. While the novel ultimately reveals that Molasar is actually Rasalom, a sorcerer from an even more ancient age, the film not only leaves out this reveal of Molasar's identity, it never mentions either of his names. See more »
Not only are the black SS uniforms incorrect, as they were never worn in the field and were replaced by the army field-gray in 1939, but the SS men wear them with black ties on brown shirts. The brown shirt, which symbolized the SS as part of the SA, was discarded in 1934 after the Night of the Long Knives and replaced with a white shirt with the black uniform. See more »
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Some television versions include additional footage after the original downbeat ending, showing Eva Cuza (Alberta Watson) turn around, entering the Keep and finding the body of Glaecen (Scott Glenn), dead after the final battle with Molasar. Eva hugs Glaeken, who is revived by the power of her love. See more »
This is surprisingly good movie from the 80's. Somehow the script was a little bit shallow. I was surprised by special effects that seemed very good for its time. Don't consider this movie as action genre. It's far from that. I consider it as fantasy/mystery/horror. I didn't read the book but this movie is really worth watching. Some of the questions in the end remained unanswered. Why is the keep cursed? What posses it? What is the creature from the keep - demon, devil or something else? What is the being acted by Scott Glenn that fought against the creature - some archangel or what? Maybe the answers are in the novel. One of the greatest moments in the movie is music that matches the atmosphere. Directing and acting were very good too.
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