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Dark Tower (1989)

The construction of a skyscraper is being haunted by a ghost.


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Cast overview:
... Dennis Randall
... Carolyn Page
... Tilly
... Max Gold
... Sergie
... Elaine
... Maria
Bob Sherman ... Williams (as Robert Sherman)
Ricardo Azulay ... Charlie (as Rick Azulay)
... Joseph (as Radmiro Oliveros)
Jordi Batalla ... Mueller
Jaime Ros ... Beck (as Juame Ross)
Monica Fatjo ... Rebecca
Juan Ramón Romani ... Philip Page
Mara Bador ... Rebecca's Mother


When a window-washer falls to his death from the side of a Barcelona high-rise office building (also killing an unsuspecting pedestrian), security consultant Dennis Randall is called in to investigate. Although he first believes the deaths to be accidental, he soon comes to realize that some strange force is at work inside the building. What could be causing these accidents? More importantly, is there any way it can be stopped? Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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29 March 1989 (USA)  »

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Jenny Agutter replaced Lucy Guttridge. See more »


Near the end of the movie (the final climactic scene), the lead actress Jenny Agutter is running through the halls of the building and down the stairs. There are several shots of her feet, and her shoes change color between shots several times from taupe to black. This continues to happen until the scene comes to an end and her fate is "sealed" so to speak. See more »


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Interesting Supernatural Thriller
12 March 2000 | by See all my reviews

I'd been meaning to rent this for a while, and finally last night, I did, and I must say, I liked it.

Jenny Agutter ("American Werewolf in London") plays Carolyn Page, the head architect of a new skyskraper, towering over metropolitan Spain. Things are going well until a window-washer drops twenty-eight stories off the pulley, and lands on the top executive of the building. Michael Moriarity plays Dennis Randall, who is brought onto the case of the murders. Incidentally, he is also having an affair with Carolyn, who is haunted by her dead husband. In fact, so is the building, and as more people die, and Dr. Max Gold (Theodore Bikel) an exorcist, is brought in, the real secrets of the dark tower are slowly revealed, leading up to an exciting climax with a few unexpected twists.

Entertaining movie, with extremely effective music. If anything, see the movie for the music. It really envokes a feeling of dread, especially in the end chase scene. The movie plays well, and is well-acted. The ending has some surprising twists, and the only flaw was the somewhat silly looking demon. Other than that, a good movie, which gets quite tense towards the end, and has great music. Check it out.

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