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The Dunwich Horror (1970)

  R Closed Captioning

Daniel Haller

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About the Movie

A young college girl falls in love with a boy who is the last descendant of a race of strange creatures who once inhabited the Earth. In an attempt to use her as a sacrifice in an unholy rite that will bring his people back to life, the boy comes face to face with a university professor whose knowledge of the occult is more than a match.

Customer Reviews

Not what you expect it to be!

This movie isn't for the typical thrill seeker but indeed for the person that's looking into finding out how The Illuminati and witchcraft work. John Todd, former illuminatist says this movie is the closest way as a movie will get to reenacting witchcraft. The rituals are virtual the same way actual rituals are played out! Great in my opinion!

Good movie for a visual rendition of a Lovecraft story!!!

I think it is a good movie, just remember it was made and released in 1969, so it is dated.

If someone could find a director with the vision and power, this movie could be redone and come out incredible.

Okay, Not As Bad As All That

This isn't a great film by any means, but it does have moments of real horror. The problem is that they threw in Sandra Dee as a love interest/victim where none was needed
and switched the locale from New England to California for no obvious reason other than the fact that the film company was based there. Still, it's slightly fun, and the final
confrontation between Dean Stockwell and Ed Begley (Senior, not Junior) is quite good -if not all that convincing. The one true bright spot is the score by Exotica legend Les
Baxter. Hey iTunes! How about reissuing the original soundtrack for dowload???

The Dunwich Horror (1970)
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  • $9.99
  • Genre: Horror
  • Released: 1970

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