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I wonder if Redemption would have put something of this quality out if they were still affiliated with Image Entertainment?
This version I didn't like well enough to evaluate fairly, but I can say that if you enjoy the made-for-tv look of early 70s black comedy, you might enjoy this.
Harry Andrews looks the part of Dr. Knox but lacks the depth of Peter Cushing's characterization but then he doesn't appear to be trying.
I was so disappointed, I couldn't even finish watching. I should have read the synopsis first. I was expecting a docudrama of some sort, but this was filmed as a comedy,... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Deborah
This didn't appear to be a low budget movie, but I don't like English movies that have difficult to understand dialogue.Published 9 months ago by Michael Cooper
I have heard of the story. I think the dorky music in the background put me off more than the cheap scenery and bad actors. I didn't hear one Scottish accent. Pity.Published 12 months ago by C. Thomason
I expected much more from this cast. Sigh. I enjoyed the detail of the sets and the costumes, and that's about it.Published 12 months ago by Mrs. Marilyn A. Lowe
Perhaps the most important thing I discovered in the 15 or so minutes that I watched of this is that John Landis had a precedent for his delightful version of the film. Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Polly Prissypants
Gave it a shot just due to Redemption promoting it - but there are other more current films out there if you like the "Burking" films (which I do) and this is a good example of... Read morePublished on December 26, 2012 by S. Banzhaf
For those familiar with the Burke and Hare tale, (as also done in "The Doctor and the Devils" and "Flesh and the Fiends"), the story is familiar. Read morePublished on April 29, 2010 by S. Boone