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I however feel this is a most interesting horror tale enlivened but sincere performances by a professional cast.
They even use the original Anchor Bay DVD's cover art printed by a laser printer however most of the special features listed will not appear.
No, it isn't 1348, but consider the symptoms: black discolourations of the skin, foam crusting the mouth, and swelling.
I always liked this creepy 1966 British horror A LOT and recently I was happy to find out that it didn't age - AT ALL! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Darth Maciek
This film has some really good makeup effects and it really helps the film along the way. The storyline plods a little for me but it has some fine moments.Published 10 months ago by Jason A.
Filmed back-to-back with THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES, the 1966 THE REPTILE is among the second-tier of Hammer Horror. The plot is a bit of a riff on THE WOLF MAN. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Gary F. Taylor
this is one hammer i had never seen or heard of until
a few years ago. i almost bought on vhs but didn't. Read more
In the mid-sixties, Hammer was looking to find new monsters to add to its continuing cycles of old monsters mostly drawn from Universal's original "monster movies" begun in the... Read morePublished on February 17, 2012 by V. Risoli
A small village is plagued by a black death that is brought on by a mysterious creature that strikes in the night, and it is up to a newcomer and the town's barkeep to drive out... Read morePublished on March 20, 2010 by Carl Manes
I was so glad when on a whim one day I noticed that old Hammer horror titles previously released by Anchor Bay Entertainment appeared to be getting a re-release. Read morePublished on December 9, 2009 by Dead Elvis 1988
Others have written excellent plot summaries of The Reptile, so I will go right to what I like so much about it:
1. The cast is outstanding. Read more
An original premise, great atmosphere, good cast - this has all the elements we've come to expect from a Hammer gothic horror. Read morePublished on July 22, 2007 by David L Rattigan