Experiment in Terror [Blu-ray]
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Holy smoke! What a great year for moving pictures it was. (The first five films I listed above were the five nominees for "Best Picture" at the Academy Awards, with "Lawrence", starring Peter O'Toole, taking home first prize.)
And -- in addition to that grand laundry list of goodies above -- there is also the 1962 film contained on this exceptional DVD -- "Experiment In Terror" -- which is one of my top '62 favorites.
"Experiment In Terror" was produced and directed by 39-year-old Blake Edwards, who also directed one of those other memorable '62 flicks on my list above ("Days Of Wine And Roses", which co-starred Jack Lemmon and "Experiment" star Lee Remick). Both Lemmon and Remick were nominated for Oscars for "Wine And Roses". The trophies, however, were won by Gregory Peck and Anne Bancroft.
"Experiment In Terror" is a brilliant and compelling black-and-white thriller. It makes you squirm in your seat from the extraordinarily-eerie beginning right through to its climax, which takes place on the pitcher's mound at San Francisco's "Candlestick Park".Read more ›
as for the DVD, not much in extras but the transfer and audio are very good.
film noir era.
Made in 1962 by Blake Edwards, who would later go on the make the Pink Panther films and Victor/Victoria, starring his wife Julie Andrews.
This film showed what might have been, if Edwards had of kept on making detective and film noir thillers, instead of light fuffy comadies.
A real edge of your seat movie.
But I would like to know why the Marketplace Sellers want so much for this film
on dvd. 60.00 buck is an outlandish price for a film, just because it's on dvd.
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Experiment in Terror is a flat out classic and one of the best films ever made. The opening scene is terrifying and the entire film has you and holds you in relentless suspense for... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Films4Life
I ordered two copies of this movie. One worked and the other one did not play in my DVD player. DVDs and cases look identical. Perhaps one is a European version... Read morePublished 2 months ago by rick
I watched this when I was 6 year old. Loved it then and was happy to find it available. Still a good movie!Published 3 months ago by SANDRA GAIL BARNETT
A classic. This one never seems to be available as Netflix rental. So good, I bought a copy to keep.Published 3 months ago by Paul B Chlapecka