Dementia 13

Dementia 13
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Justine

Loved this film!

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Peter

Slow moving it does have its' creepy moments. Great "B" movie that presents strange questions. What kind of wife, without missing a drag on her ciggy sinks her hubby's body in the drink--Just another crazy family allowed to breed. Are they Irish?

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Sam

I saw this film years ago on SBS. I am glad I was able to find this film on Kanopy. I highly recommend this film for fans of classic cinema & gothic horror.

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Felix

Only interesting if you want to see one of Coppola's early ones. Otherwise, skip it.

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Russell

I was pleasantly surprised by this gothic romp.

Coppola brings a visual complexity to what may have otherwise been standard spooky schlock. Shadowy interiors, unbalanced framing, and dense mise-en-scene work with some pretty clever editing make this a sumptuous terror to behold.

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Richard

One of the better Roger Corman productions :--}

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karen

It was a scream....hahaha

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BOBBY

Not exactly The Godfather, but a nice eerie beginning for Coppola.

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